Early Autism Services (EAS) provides various Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) autism therapy services for both children and their families. These include: In-Home ABA Therapy, Center-Based ABA Therapy, Telehealth, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Social Skills Groups, Parent/Professional Education Courses, and more.
In-Home ABA Therapy
In-home ABA therapy autism programs at EAS mean your child will receive 1:1 therapy from a Behavior Technician under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in the comfort and privacy of your own home. This approach allows your child to build functional skills that can be tailored to their daily routines within their own natural environment. In-home autism behavior services are often preferred by families, as they allow the Behavior Technician to work with your child where their behaviors naturally occur.
Center-Based ABA Therapy
Our center-based ABA therapy services offer a fun and inviting environment for your child to learn, explore, and grow! While our programs are data driven and goal-oriented, we use a play-based learning model. All our center-based programs include time for table-time learning, interactive peer play, and free play.
Like our in-home ABA services, all our center-based ABA therapy programs are 1:1 which means that your child will have a dedicated Behavior Technician working with them directly under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Telehealth is a term used for health-related services that take place through an electronic device. These virtual ABA therapy autism services offer many families quality therapy, and a high level of support from a remote location.
At Early Autism Services, we understand that each child and family have unique needs. Our telehealth options include the same personalized services we provide through our in-home programs, only from a distance. If you live in a remote location or wish to be more active in your child’s therapy but lack the time, Telehealth is an excellent option for many children and parents.
Social Skills Group
EAS hosts weekly social skills groups for children with autism between the ages of 6-13. These group settings offer kids an opportunity to practice social skills with peers at the guidance of our trained clinicians. Groups practice skills like making conversation, turn taking, compromising, cooperating and other common social situations to give them the confidence to participate in social events as they age.
Our occupational therapy services assist children who have difficulty participating in activities or “occupations” required in their daily routines. We provide occupational therapy to all children with or without an autism diagnosis. Our certified pediatric Occupational Therapists will help your child maximize life skills such as gross motor skills, self-care activities and visual perception.
At EAS, our clinic uses a collaborative approach with our in-house experts and caregivers, teachers and therapists outside of EAS to create an effective transition from our clinic to the child’s home and school. This approach further helps your child maintain their progress and continue learning outside of our clinic.
Speech & Language Therapy
Speech and language therapy will assist in treating many communication disorders by teaching communication skills. Our services include treatment for language delays and sound disorders by helping children develop functional communication through augmentative and alternative methods and learn new social skills.
Our speech and language therapy services are available for children who do not have an autism diagnosis. There are also no specific behavioral criteria required for your child to participate. Our collaborative approach allows us to provide services for every child and further understand their behavioral needs to maximize their success.
Teens and Adolescents
Early Autism Services offers in-home, center-based, school-based, and Telehealth ABA therapy services specifically designed for school-aged children and adolescents with autism. We offer these therapeutic autism services through Autism Family Partnership, which is a program of Early Autism Services.
Free Parent Training/Classes
Early Autism Services is releasing a series of FREE online parent education courses to help enable caregivers and parents to better support young individuals with autism.
Our team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts lead these courses and discuss topics such as: ABC’s of Behavior; Toilet Training; Effective Reinforcements; Functional Communication; and more. CLICK HERE to sign up for our free self-guided courses.
Small teachable steps.
At EAS, we understand each child receiving treatment for autism spectrum disorder has a unique set of needs or requires additional help in certain skills. Children with autism often face issues learning how to communicate their wants effectively to the adults around them. In their struggle to communicate, they may begin to perform unwanted behaviors. In our individualized behavior analysis services, we help each child develop specific targeted skills to improve their social or behavioral development to communicate with their parents and peers effectively.
Some targeted skills our early intervention autism services for children focus on are:
Our ABA therapists use data-driven methods to help your child learn new skills and make lasting changes to their behavior. If you have any further questions about ABA therapy, speak with one of our expert clinicians to learn more.
Find Autism Therapy Services Near You With EAS
Parents looking for early intervention services for autism can trust their child will receive personalized, thoughtful care with EAS. Our trained Behavior Technicians and Board Certified Behavior Analysts will work together to create a therapy program that will allow your child to reach their full potential. If you have any questions about our autism intervention services or want more information, request a free consultation today.