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

Teaching Self-Protection Skills to Individuals with Autism

One of the most important skills to teach any child is the ability to protect themselves. There are definitely some scary statistics about how often people with disabilities are taken advantage of or abused. I don't want to dwell on those statistics, instead I want to talk about how we can teach skills that will help people with disabilities keep themselves safe.

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ABCs, Aggression & Developmental Disabilities

Aggression is a common occurrence in households of children with disabilities. This can be overwhelming for most parents. The purpose of this post is to identify variables that affect aggression, along with basic preventative and response strategies. While these are strategies commonly used in various settings, a descriptive assessment or functional analysis should be conducted by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to identify the function of aggression. After identifying the function, the BCBA can then assist in identifying individualized antecedent and response strategies, accompanied with functional replacement behaviors to decrease aggression and improve functional skills.

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