Day Treatments

We provide a unique environment for each age group with engaging activities, positive reinforcement, opportunities for social interaction and naturalistic teaching strategies as a regular part of our day treatment. We also offer individualized therapy goals for each patient. 

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Recent Articles

Using Behavior Analysis to Treat Sleep Problems in Individuals with Autism
Problems with sleep are commonly experienced by individuals who have autism and other developmental disabilities. The majority of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have at least one sleep problem (Park et al., 2012).
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Fostering Independence and Improving Quality of Life for Adults with ASD

Autism awareness has dramatically increased over the past few decades. This rise in autism awareness and subsequently, research, has increased the availability of evidence-based treatment for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). However, treatment is limited for adults with ASD (Gerhardt & Lainer, 2011; Milley & Machalicek, 2012). The lack of services for adults contributes to some of the challenges they face such as unemployment, reliance on caregivers, and limited social relationships (Howlin, Goode, Hutton, & Rutter, 2004). These challenges can significantly reduce the quality of life adults with ASD experience.

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