"If they can't learn the way we teach,

We teach the way they learn"

Dr. O. Ivar Lovass

  • Research shows that early intervention can significantly improve developmental learning and skills (communication, social, cognitive, and functional) for children with Autism and related disorders. 

  • The intensity of the treatment is known to affect the outcome.

  • Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy is a treatment that is widely accepted by Insurance companies and other agencies as an effective method of early intervention for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

  • ABA therapy relies on the direct observation and measurement of behavior (including skills), allowing us to create individualized treatment programs, track progress,  and make specific revisions in order to achieve target goals.

  • ABA therapy can help with reduction of problem behavior as well as the acquisition of new skills.

 Our Hope Early Learning Program  (HELP):

  • Is year-round, from 8:30am to 4:00pm (based on individual needs);

  • For ages 18 months to 6 years old (until kindergarten) with a diagnosis of Autism or related disorder;

  • Primarily focusing on verbal behavior (i.e. functional communication), developmental and life-skills, while preparing your child for mainstream schooling.

  • Our programming is individualized, intensive, innovative, play-based, and most importantly, effective.

  • We make learning fun, rewarding, and as natural as possible.

  • Parent/Caregiver training is a key focus in all of our programs, in order to maintain skills learned in the home and community.

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 If Interested, Please fill out and return Initial Contact Form below or Email us for more information.