At Work Skills Clinical Services, we strive to create the best fit of services for your child and your family. Our clinical team will sit down to discuss your family’s needs and priorities to craft an individualized plan for your child.
“Autism may affect more than one area of your child’s life, so our services are center-based, home-based or a combination. The goal is for your kiddo to be taught skills that optimize their potential as a student, friend, and member of the community.”
What we do...
All therapy starts with the assessment phase during which the therapist works with you on identifying meaningful treatment goals and how to best achieve those goals.
We are committed to training that provides parents with resources to help them feel capable and comfortable managing their child’s behavior at home and in the community. Frequent parent meetings with the child’s BCBA are conducted to discuss therapy progress and concerns.
Our Board Certified Behavioral Analyst develops a Behavior Intervention Plan that includes specific interventions for each target behavior. Interventions can include preventative strategies, changes to the environment and/or teaching replacement behaviors that serve the same function of a disruptive behavior.
Speech & Language Pathology
Services are delivered by a fully licensed Speech and Language Pathologist. The SLP will work with you to target areas of need related to speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders.
ABA Therapy Service
During ABA therapy, skills are broken down into small, easy-to-learn steps. Positive reinforcement is used to motivate the individual, and data is continuously collected to measure progress and modify personalized treatment plan.
Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems are a means by which an individual with speech and language impairments can communicate in ways other than verbally speaking.