A school like setting prepares children for a traditional learning environment
Clinic-based therapy enables our highly trained staff to emulate many aspects of a traditional school environment including group activities, following routines, sharing, and establishing relationships with peers, and staying focused in a noisy environment.
Opportunities to practice social skills with peers
A hallmark of autism is difficulty establishing peer relationships and engaging in social interactions. Like with anything, social skills take practice. Our clinics are designed to provide natural opportunities for our kids to practice these skills in a variety of ways including small group activities like circle time, listening to a story, as well as larger common areas where children can participate in recess-like free play with friends of their own age.