Individualized Client Rooms
In-clinic, your child will receive full or part-time one-to-one therapy in a personalized, private room. The benefit to a personal room is that we can control the environment based on the needs of the individual, therefore allowing us to spend less time refocusing your child and more time concentrating on guiding your child through their program. Working in small steps and teaching toward mastery is key to the success of your child. In this controlled setting we can accomplish this goal in a more structured way. In addition to their private room, your child will engage in social interactions throughout their day in our communal play and dining areas.
Recreational and Pretend Play Rooms
Your child will enjoy socializing and playing with their peers in our recreational area. Whether it be swinging from our large platform swing, jumping on the trampoline, crawling through tunnels, or playing ball, they will get plenty of exercise and have fun, all while working through their program goals.
We also have a pretend play area where your child will build important social skills. Many children on the autism spectrum have difficulty with pretend play, especially when it comes to sharing their pretend ideas with another child and taking turns. We will guide your child through these interactions, as they learn valuable play skills that will allow them to interact with and make friends with peers. Whether they want to play house and cook up a meal, zoom on the tracks with Thomas, fly through space with Buzz, or drive through the streets of town, we've got something for your child!
Communal Dining and Socialization Room
Our clinic features a communal dining room, where clients will enjoy
meal and snack times together. It is important that the children we serve feel like a part of our family. Sitting at a typical dining table, their behavior technicians (therapists) will be with them throughout their meals and snacks to continue to work on table etiquette and eating skills.
This area doubles as a social room when the children are not eating.
This time allows for children to talk and share, or simply enjoy the company of their friends while working on specific social goals. Whether it be learning a new board game, crafting, or practicing conversation skills, we will utilize every teaching moment with the ultimate goal of transitioning newly mastered skills to the home and school environment.
In our transitional classroom, your child will:
-individually paced learning
-social and environmental skill building
Employment Services Training Room
Our facility also includes separate offices to provide Employment Services for individuals with disabilities transitioning to college and/or first-time employment, and for those adults seeking support and/or change in their current employment. In addition, we are a Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) provider with the state of Indiana.
Our skilled Employment Specialists receive extensive training on working with individuals with disabilities and additional, specialized training working with individuals on the autism spectrum.
We understand that your goals, skill sets, and disabilities are unique, and that a one-size-fits-all approach is not in your best interest. We will customize our services to your unique needs.