Creating connections is at the heart of all our programs.
Aimee and her team use evidence-based practices based on the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA). Examples include the use modeling, prompting, task analyses, visual supports and structured play groups.
While each program is personalized to meet the child's needs, all programs are guided by early developmental sequences and emphasize social-emotional skills that contribute to cooperative behaviors and academic achievement.
Create an Enriched Environment
The team partners with parents to incorporate behavioral strategies into the family's daily activities and routines, which helps create an enriched environment for their child at home. Examples include reading stories together, playing with siblings, and eating together at mealtimes.
Provide Positive Learning Experiences
Learning is a social process. The child's family, friends and community are integrated into the intervention plan from the beginning. By providing positive learning experiences, we lay a foundation for meaningful social-emotional development and engagement with others.