It can be quite overwhelming when you research information on autism. You will find that you are reading about a lot of different diagnosis and treatments and may not know where to begin. The team at Innovative Behavioral Therapies is here to help guide your family through each and every step. We will be by your side from the initial stages of getting early treatment to overseeing ongoing treatment. We are here to address any concerns and answer any and all questions that you may have.

Here are some facts:

  • There is accumulating evidence that children on the autism spectrum can be detected by 18 months of age. (Zwaigenbaum, et al., 2005)
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) impacts a child’s ability to communicate, socially interact with others, understand language, and play skills.
  • There is strong evidence that intensive early intervention can improve symptoms of ASD and can have a positive impact on a child’s social and cognitive development.
  • If your child is displaying signs of developmental delays within the first three years of life, it is important to contact your child’s pediatrician or family doctor to discuss your child’s development.
Intensive Intervention Treatment Program (typically for clients up to 13)
  • 1:1 In-Home Therapy and Trainings
  • Monthly Clinics
  • Parent training
  • Fine and Gross Motor Skills
  • Sensory Difficulty
  • Self-Help Skills
  • Oral Motor Development
  • Collaboration with Outside Services
  • Attendance at IEP’s, IFSP meetings and IFSP goal development
  • Social skills
Behavior Management and Life Skills program (typically for clients age 13 and older)
  • 1:1 In-Home therapy and trainings
  • Monthly Clinics
  • Parent Training
  • Self-Help Skills
  • Social Skills
  • Community Based Interventions
Consulting Services
  • Attendance at IEP’s
  • Attendance at IFSP meetings
  • Consultation with outside services; physicians, teachers, speech pathologist, psychologists, etc.
Workshop Services

Workshops vary and parents will be notified with day and times; During workshops, subjects that are taught incluce principles of behavior in a context that all parents will learn and be able to apply skills learned in their homes.

In Home ABA Therapy
Assessment Services
  • Functional Behavior Assessment
  • Functional Analysis
  • Adaptive behavior skills