Our early intensive intervention services consist of 30-40 hours per week of comprehensive, individualized treatment. All services are one-on-one with trained Registered Behavior Technicians who are under constant supervision of a clinical supervisor. Programs are primarily center-based and tailored to each client’s needs. In some cases, treatment may be provided in a combination of home and center sessions.

The skills we work on throughout the day can vary greatly based on each child’s age and developmental needs. Your child’s daily schedule will likely include many of the following activities:

Example Activity Example Skills Targeted
Breakfast, Snack, and Lunchtime with Peers
  • Independent feeding
  • New foods
  • Waiting/sitting while eating
  • Cleaning up after oneself
Potty Training
  • Dressing
  • Following routines
  • Washing hands
Working on Skills at Individual Stations
  • Matching/object identification
  • Task completion
  • Pretend Play
Circle Time Group skills such as:

  • Attending/joint attention
  • Sitting
  • Turn Taking
  • Following instructions
  • Pre-Academics (colors, numbers, letter & object identification)
  • Sing-a-long songs & gestures
Communication Lessons
  • Requesting via vocal skills, PECS or other AAC Devices
Cooperative/Peer Play
  • Social interaction with peers
  • Gross motor skills
  • Fine motor skills
  • Turn-taking/sharing
  • Communication skills
Leisure Skills
  • Task completion during play with puzzles, shape sorters or books
  • Sensory play