In their effort to keep expanding services to neurodiverse populations, Frazier Behavioral Health is expanding to add a clinic for early intervention
MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, O.H., August 7– Frazier Behavioral Health is expanding their space to add a 700-square-foot clinic for early childhood intervention services. The new clinic called SOAR Early Intervention, is now offering two sessions, one from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and the other from Noon to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
“I am grateful that in less than a year after opening our brick-and-mortar location, we have been able to expand Frazier Behavioral Health’s services to include early childhood intervention, so we can better serve the community,” says Allison Frazier, who is the clinic’s CEO and a BCBA. “I couldn’t be more pleased with all the staff that has made this possible, and I am looking forward to the opportunity to provide care to more people and families, wherever they are in life.”
The sessions are for children with an autism diagnosis aged two to five who would benefit from play-based interventions. Play-based interventions are practices designed to improve socio-emotional, physical, language, and cognitive development through guided interactive play with appropriate play materials, with the facilitator acting as a guide. The ultimate goal is for a neurodiverse child to be better equipped to explore, experiment, interact and express themselves at home, school, and in the community.
Brittany Schwesinger, Coordinator of Behavioral Services, said, “The goal of early intervention is to provide support as early as possible to help children meet developmental milestones and reach their full potential. We are thrilled to offer even more support to our families with in-clinic ABA services.”
Established in 2019, Frazier Behavioral Health is a behavioral health clinic dedicated to delivering evidence-based, individualized therapy for children and adults with behavioral, social, communication, and sensory issues. Frazier Behavioral Health continuously strives to further its mission of assisting individuals in becoming their best selves and creating enhanced outcomes at home, school, and in the community.