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Children participate in one of the weekly play groups to learn important social skills such as attending to and interacting appropriately with peers and adults. Communicating effectively and executive functioning skills are also a focus to help build these foundational skills. A summary of skills addressed is available at the end of each quarter and is included in the hourly rate. No more than 6 students are placed in a group with 2 staff members.
Groups meet from 4:30-5:30 pm on Tuesdays.
Social Thinking Clubs
These groups address skills such as perspective taking, body language, emotional regulation, and executive functioning. Group discussion and applying these skills are the focus of these groups. Because of this, children and adolescents are typically 10+ years in age and are able to appropriately participate in such activities. A summary of skills addressed is available at the end of each quarter and is included in the hourly rate. No more than 6 students are placed in a group with 2 staff members.
Groups meet from 4:30-5:30 pm on Tuesdays
This program focuses on helping train educational professionals who interact with children with autism in an inclusion setting and need support to create a successful environment. Please contact us for more information and to discuss your individual needs.
InKids provides consultation, training, emotional support, and behavioral therapy to individuals and families. Services include but are not limited to: Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs), individual Behavior Support Plans (BSPs), development of individualized treatment programs, instructional strategies, communication training, self-monitoring strategies, behavior contracting, antecedent management strategies, reinforcement identification, contingency management, scheduling, and parent training. The goal of this service is to modify behavior as well as gain insight and affect change through understanding.