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We Know It Gets Confusing
We know first-hand that caring for a child with autism can be challenging. That's where we come in. We have compiled a list of the more common questions we regularly hear, and have answered them here for your reference. If your question is not answered here, please feel free to contact us, and we will do our best to help.
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Help, I'm so confused. My child was just diagnosed with autism and I don't know exactly what my child's needs are and who should be providing it?
When your child has initially been diagnosed with autism, it can be a very confusing time. One of the first things you need to do is find out what your state will be provide to you in terms of assistance. Each individual case will be reviewed and early intervention (or your local educational agency) will let you know how many hours they will provide. We offer a list of links that provide additional information on autism & related services. We would love to assist you in navigating this difficult time.
What is ABA Therapy?
Often, ABA is a term used to refer to a therapy for individuals with Autism. However, ABA or Applied Behavior Analysis is a scientific discipline that addresses socially-significant problems through the use of proven and verifiable- based methods and techniques.
How will ABA Therapy help my child?
Our approach to therapy is to teach a child how to learn. Using comprehensive, research-based information and tools, we can show documented improvement in learning with every client. We offer intensive-intervention services to address skill deficits, as well as services to address behavioral challenges, all with documented situation improvement.
How do I prepare my child for adulthood??
This is called “Transitioning.” Often times, there is confusion regarding how to plan for transition. By law, transition planning must start at age 14, but in truth, it should always be something that factors into decision making. Often times, staff members are unaware of how to best support a student and family during this critical phase.

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