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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA Therapy) Program

Who: Ages 0-12 with a confirmed or suspected autism diagnosis


             Morning session (Monday-Friday): 9:00AM-12:00PM

             Afternoon session (Monday-Friday): 1:00PM-4:00PM

             All day session (Monday-Friday): 9:00AM-4:00PM

             After school (Monday-Thursday): 4:30PM-6:00PM


How: Email or call our intake specialist at 248.807.0688

Physical Therapy Group
How it works...
tutoring services
proves success
after school tutoring
pediatric tutoring and homework help
individualized treatment
Book a tour
Schedule a time to come see our center and be sure we are the best fit for you and your child.

Intake, assessment, and treatment plan
Assessing the child's current skills and development are essential to building the best individualized treatment.

Beginning therapy
Our behavior therapists will begin regular sessions with your child focusing on their skills and behaviors in a natural setting.

Parent training
regular parent training is essential for the skills and behaviors learned at the center to transfer to everyday home life.

assessment and alterations
Regular data analysis on the progression of treatment will help us know what is going well and what needs to be changed to best benefit the child while receiving therapy

How can ABA benefit my child?


Applied Behavior Analysis is an evidence-based treatment for autism supported by over 50 years of research demonstrating its effectiveness. Proven as an effective method to show improvements in communication, social behavior, play, and self-care.  

counseling to build self esteem
feeding therapy
toilet training
occupational therapy for sports
group therapy

Increased independence in daily living skills (e.g., dressing, personal hygiene, etc.) And a decrease in disruptive or self-injurious behavior

Increase in appropriate mealtime behavior and food acceptance

Toilet training

Increased independent play skills, as well as gross & fine motor skills

Increased attending, responding, and social skills

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