Community Services - Including Kids Autism Center

Community Services 

At Including Kids, it is important that our clients are given every opportunity possible to be included in our community. From social events, to community trainings, babysitter courses and more, Including Kids helps more than just our clients with autism. We want to be sure that family members, community members, and babysitters all have the resources they need to make your child feel welcome and safe. 

Spotlight Series Workshops

Monthly workshops are presented for family and community members to learn to facilitate development of specific skills that are vital to our children’s success in the community. This service is FREE of charge to children and their families. Childcare for attending parents is also included if necessary. Registration is required.

Lunch & Learn

Monthly small group Lunch and Learn sessions are held on topics such as Token Systems, Activity Schedules, ARDs, Special Needs Trusts, and Inclusion. Complimentary lunch is provided and an RSVP is needed.

Community Trainings

It is the goal of Including Kids to help the community understand autism and be more open to inclusion opportunities.

Community & Individual Consultations

As opportunities arise, Including Kids provides training, consultation, and observation that will assist students on the autism spectrum in being successful in their setting.

Parents’ Night Out

We offer frequent Parents’ Nights Out for families of children with special needs to send their kids to Including Kids for FREE childcare while they have a date night!

Autism Appreciation Events

Including Kids makes every effort to offer Autism Appreciation events throughout the year. We partner with the YMCA to offer a weekend getaway for families.

Babysitter Courses

Including Kids periodically offers babysitting courses for individuals interested in caring for children on the autism spectrum.

Internship/Mentorship Programs

Including Kids, Inc. is an approved practicum site for the University of Houston at Clear Lake’s graduate program in applied behavior analysis.