Autism interventions do not happen solely within a center-based ABA program—they can also be experienced at home. Your home can offer a comfortable and familiar environment for your child to practice pivotal life skills that can pave the way to long-term independence and success. Home-based therapy can become a central part of your child’s daily life, providing a setting in which they can make consistent progress. As a parent or caregiver, you’ll also receive education to help your child develop skills and manage behavior.
Your child can also receive our center-based services as well as In Home Services. Our ABA therapy centers are facilities that provide unique learning and development opportunities for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our Center-Based ABA Therapy option includes a secure facility equipped with sensory rooms, motor room, designated play and socialization areas and individual treatment rooms. Center-based therapy also offers opportunities for your child to meet others, participate in group learning activities, and develop social skills under close supervision.
We also prepare your child for kindergarten, elementary school, or everyday group settings that allows children to utilize and sharpen their socialization skills and values. Structured activities in groups can help your child communicate, share, and develop emotional and nonverbal skills.
Progressive Health Systems provides family training to advance the treatment goals of the child. The training with the family is for the direct benefit of the child. This training provides a wide range of interventions including care coordination, psychoeducation, treatments for language or social development, as well as programs designed to address maladaptive behaviors.
Your child will receive several assessments and evaluations when they join our ABA program. The assessments and evaluations are clinically proven tools that allow our clinical team to develop a personalized behavior treatment plan that addresses the specific needs, strengths and capabilities of your child.