Direct Intervention 

  • Utilizing a relationship-ship based approach, your child’s developmental capacities and challenges will be supported within the context of play. You are encouraged to participate in these sessions to learn strategies that can be embedded into daily routines and play activities.

Parent/Caregiver Coaching and Support 

  • Coaching will help you better understand your child’s developmental capacities and individual differences. These sessions include videotaping for reflection and allow you to learn from your own interactions with your child. 

Educational Support/ Developing Home Program

  • Implementing an educational program at home can support and expand what your child is learning at school. Ideas and goals are designed around your child’s strengths and individual needs with a strong experience-based component to help your child express what he or she is learning. Visual supports are also used to support your child's comprehension and aid transitions.

Facilitated & Sibling Playdates 

  • At times children need additional support to help them connect socially with peers and to build friendships. Facilitated playdates can help jumpstart a child's comfort level in communicating and engaging with peers and ease the transition to larger group settings, such as school settings. Training can also be provided to help you coordinate your own successful play dates.

Team and School Consultation

  • Consultation with team members, including childcare staff, caregivers, teachers, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, and ABA providers will help develop and integrate your child’s comprehensive program. 

Workshops & Trainings

  • Inservice trainings available on request. Topics are tailored to specific needs and some examples include: Facilitating Peer Interactions in Social Settings, Individualizing Curriculum and Activities for Children with Special Needs in an Inclusive Environment, DIR/Floortime™: A Relationship-based Approach to Education, etc.