Treatment services for individuals and families impacted by autism.
Utilizing relationship, play, and development-based treatment modalities, including, but not limited to Greenspan Floortime/DIR (Development – Individual Differences – Relationship) and SCERTS (Social Communication – Emotional Regulation – Transactional Supports), School-Age Autism Day Treatment staff provide day treatment and outpatient services to individuals and groups of individuals with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder or a related condition.
Skills and goals are determined for each client via assessment and treatment planning; however, many activities focus on the core challenges individuals on the Autism Spectrum can face, including, but not limited to social communication and behavior, physical and emotional regulation, peer engagement and friendships, executive functioning, and daily routines.
We understand that autism impacts more than the individual. Our School-Age Autism Day Treatment program provides individualized support for individuals and families impacted by ASD. We meet with you to determine the right combination of services, which may include individual, group, or family therapy.
Clients range in age/developmental level from 6-11 years in day treatment and 2 – 26 years in outpatient services; clients receive group services based on their developmental level.
Clients receive day treatment services two days per week for three hours per day, on Mondays and Tuesdays or Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm. Outpatient services are available Monday through Friday per clinician availability.
Staff are mental health professionals and/or mental health practitioners/clinical trainees. Staff supporting the day treatment are mental health practitioners or paraprofessionals.
Available through insurance, Medical Assistance/TEFRA, PMAPs and private pay.
Talk to one of our navigators to learn more today.