Do you provide therapy only at your center or at other locations as well?
We will work with your child in just about any location he or she needs help in. We do not require center based therapy. Many of our children do receive center-based therapy, but we also work in schools, daycares, in homes and in the community as needed.

Do you work with adults with Autism or Aspergers?
At this time we only provide counseling to adults affected by autism or Asperger’s. In the future, we hope to expand our offerings to include other types of services and supports.

What school would you recommend enrolling my child in?
As a practice, we do not recommend individual schools. We encourage families to observe several schools that they may be interested in enrolling their child in and we are more than happy to assist you in your search and in setting up those observations.

What ages of children come to your center?
At our center, we work with children ages 3-12.

I think my child has autism, can you test him or her for that?
No, we don’t test for autism. Rather, we work with children after they receive a diagnosis of autism or if the parent suspects autism or other special needs. We encourage families to talk to their physician about any concerns they have about their child’s development.

What hours are you open?
We are open 8am to 6pm Monday through Friday. We will work weekends, early mornings and evenings on a case-by-case basis.

Do you provide transportation for my child?
Unfortunately, no. You would be responsible for transportation for your child to and from therapy.

Can I observe the therapy you provide to my child?
Absolutely. We welcome and encourage the involvement. We retain an open-door policy for all parents to observe and participate in therapy.