The family unit is the foundation for neurodiverse individuals, which is why we work collaboratively with parents/guardians to understand the unique needs of their child. We focus on managing challenging behaviors, improving skills, and establishing healthy family dynamics through personalized consultations and tailored care plans.
Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP) for families and direct care staff
Discover parent/guardian goals and evaluate needs
Provide interactive feedback and training to help families manage challenging behaviors and establish desired results
Assistance with homework, schedules, and leisure activity plans
Suggestions for creating a home environment to facilitate child success
Individual Education Programs (IEPs): goal formulation, teaching plans, data tracking and analysis procedures
Assist with the transition to a new school with social stories, on site visits, and gradual exposure
Help with setup of the home environment for school success with a homework space, material bins, and a proven rewards system for hard work
Training executive functioning skills at home to help with homework management, chore management, and leisure skills
Reducing behavior challenges
Enhancing communication skills
Increased independence with functional living skills
Expanding play and leisure abilities
Building meaningful social interactions with the family
Instruction in natural environments allows the opportunity for:
Exposure to experiences such as stores, parks, restaurants, etc.
Learning community social skills
Practicing behavioral strategies in various locations
Advocating for sensory breaks
With the goal of working towards independence and enhanced outcomes, our team establishes personalized curriculums based on each individual’s specific needs.
We provide social skills instruction in the classroom and natural environments, age appropriate social cognition training methods, and individualized curriculum based on social needs. We work on skills such as:
Maintaining personal space
Determining the importance of a problem
Being a flexible thinker
Give and take
The goal is to work towards independence with self-monitoring.
We help foster independence through visual schedules for tasks such as hygiene, household chores, packing personal belongings, or other skills that promote independence.
Education services we provide are eligible for billing to the Autism Scholarship and the Jon Peterson Scholarship.
For more information please visit: https://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Other-Resources/Scholarships
Our clinicians are in-network with the Cleveland Clinic Employee Health Plan, Medical Mutual plan, Aetna, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Optum, and Cigna/Evernorth for ABA and Psychology. We will contact your insurance provider for prior authorization to determine your out-of-pocket costs due at the time of your appointment.
If you are out-of-network we will provide you with a reimbursement form that you may submit to your insurance provider as a claim. Most major out-of-network insurance companies may partially cover speech language pathology, psychology and occupational therapy services. You can contact your insurance company for details regarding reimbursement percent for out-of-network services in your plan. We can provide treatment codes prior to your appointment, if requested by your insurance company.