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What we do...
We treat skill deficits that interfere with or prevent a child (ages 2-21) from participating in the community/family. We do this by filling in developmental gaps which leads to greater independence and an ability to organize and learn from the environment. Our goal is to aid children in becoming as independent as possible.
We offer 2 levels of programming, focused and comprehensive. See attached document for more information.
Our areas of expertise include:
Adaptive and self-care skills
Attending and social referencing
Coping and tolerance skills
Language and communication
Play and leisure skills
Self-advocacy and independence
Anyone with developmental delays which prevent them from fully participating in the family, and/or community setting.
Common diagnostic codes:
F50.8 Other eating disorder
F70-F79 Intellectual Disabilities
F81.0-F81.81 Specific Developmental Disorders
F84.0-F84.9 Autism (Pervasive Developmental Disorders)
F88 Global Developmental Delay
F89 Unspecified disorder of psychological development
F91.0-F91.2 Conduct Disorder
F91.8-F91.9 Other or unspecified conduct disorders
F92.8-F92.9 Mixed disorders of conduct and emotions
F93.0 Separation anxiety disorder of childhood
F94.0 Selective Mutism
F95.0-F95.9 Tic Disorders
F98.21 Rumination disorder
F98.4 Stereotyped Movement Disorder
R41.9 Unspecified symptoms and signs involving cognitive functions and awareness
R63.3 Feeding difficulties
Focused or Comprehensive in-clinic services.
Focused only on Telehealth services for executive functioning delays.
Group in-clinic therapy (children ages 9-13); after school hours 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM M-F the focus is on increasing social communication skills and executive functioning. Qualifying children must be able to follow directions, communicate needs/wants, be toilet trained, and refrain from aggressive behaviors.
Referrals must come from the child’s physician and should include a behavioral screening tool conducted within the last year (ASQ-SE; PSC-17…).
Some private insurance requires a recent Autism diagnostic report.
Referral should state “ABA Therapy” or “ABA Therapy Group.”
What happens after a referral is received: The family is contacted, and an intake packet is sent. We then work with the family and physician to gather any additional information required as part of the assessment process (Education Plans, Medical Diagnostic Assessments, Mental Health History, etc). After the assessment, a determination of medical necessity and treatment plan is created. The client will either begin services with us, or we will help direct them toward more appropriate treatment.
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