- Developmental evaluation (children birth to 6 years) to determine the child’s functioning in the areas of cognitive, social, language, motor, and self help skill development.
- Cognitive evaluation (children 2 ½ to 16 years) to determine the child’s functioning in the areas of language and visual-spatial skills.
- Psychological diagnostic evaluation to determine if child’s behavioral presentation meets the DSM-IV-TR criteria for a specific disorder.
- Functional Analysis of Behavior in order to obtain an understanding of the child’s behavior and to assist in developing an intervention plan.
- Behavioral therapists provide one-to-one intervention in the home which is matched to the child’s developmental, behavioral, and sensory needs. The primary intervention used to promote back and forth interaction and language development is Pivotal Response Training (PRT) which is a form of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Parents are trained in the use of PRT and encouraged to incorporate this intervention into their daily activities.