Center for Autism - Treatment Programs - Northeast Philadelphia
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Description of Service
Treatment Programs are a comprehensive assessment provided for each client's unique plan, which is designed to reduce the symptoms of autism. Treatment focuses on clients' communication, interaction, change and transitions, behaviors and responses, social competencies, and sensory processing. The Center measures an individual's progress through objective and continual observation and assessment. Through treatment, the Center's experienced therapists teach clients how to build relationships with significant people in their life, and learn skills that will help them succeed.
The following treatment programs are available:
-Pre-K (2 to 5 years old): an intensive treatment program for children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. This program is held Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
-Frist Friends (up to 6 years old): a half-day treatment program for children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder primarily focused on improving socialization and communication. This program is held Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 11:00 am then from 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
-Social Competency (6 to 15 years old): an afternoon program designed to facilitate social skills and competencies in children and adolescents. This program is held Mon - Thur 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
-Individual Outpatient (all ages): one-on-one and group therapy provided to individuals with autism and their family. Clients typically attend weekly to work on developmental needs and build upon strengths.
Counties: Philadelphia; States: PA; Countries: USA