Our clinic based program provides early intensive services in a convenient program model for all families. The team at our clinics provides a warm and secure environment for children to learn and grow. Service delivery and programming in the clinic based program mirrors the service delivery in a home setting and allows for the incorporation of peer play and the generalization of targeted skills. Parents receive training and consultation through monthly observation and parent training with their behavior consultant.
- Functional Communication
- Motor Imitation
- Vocal Imitation
- Visual Performance
- School Readiness and Pre-Academic skills
- Play and Social Skills
- Self-help Skills
- Functional Gross and Fine Motor Skills
- Routines and Transitions
- Generalization of Skills into Daily Living Activities
- Behavior Reduction and Intervention Plans
Utilized Assessment Tool Sources
- Vineland 3
- VB Mapp
To ensure a safe learning environment, several safety measures are built into the program. These precautions include:
- Perimeter of the facility is gated in addition to internal gate systems to provide safety while children are playing outdoors
- Staff and visitors wear an identification badge at all times
- Childproofing throughout the facility
- All external doors automatically close
The clinic based program provides a unique learning environment for children diagnosed with autism, in a one on one ratio supplemented with numerous opportunities for socialization across:
- Peer play dates
- Lunch and snack times
- Circle time
- Structured arts and craft activities
- Holiday and birthday celebrations
We provide an ABA program that prepares young children for integration into school, home and community. Our curriculum and teaching methods address skill repertoires that prepare a child for success in these environments. This teaching process begins as soon as a child is enrolled in the program, and specific learning targets and teaching strategies are modified as the child approaches school age.
In addition, the Natomas clinic based program provides access to typical developing peers, general education routines and equipment (e.g. cafeteria, playgrounds). Likewise, the Bradshaw center based program contains on site licensed Occupational Therapists and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants, as well as Speech and Language Pathologists, and Speech and Language Pathology Assistants.
Hours of Operation
Our Bradshaw and Natomas clinics are open Monday to Friday 8:00am–6:00pm.
Once a child's total treatment hours have been approved by the team, scheduling of the implementation of those hours will occur between caregivers and Advance Kids.