Our goal is to help children successfully
participate in their homes and communities
with their families, caregivers, teachers, and peers.
We provide hands-on training to parents, caregivers, and teachers to help them teach new skills and effectively manage the occurrence of any challenging behavior. The evidence-based principles of Applied Behavior Analysis are used to systematically build skills and monitor progress. Individualized intervention focuses on the skills necessary for each child to reach his or her full potential and to improve the quality of life for each family. Teaching is focused on generalization of skills, to ensure each child’s achievements will transfer across different settings and people, and will be beneficial in “real world” environments. We serve children who have a variety of needs, including autism, ADHD, social or behavioral challenges, or difficulties with daily living skills such as toilet training or participating in family activities.