Autism Assessment and Related Therapeutic Services

Initial Consultations: Diagnostic interviews with children and their families to determine the appropriate clinical services.

Diagnostic Evaluations: Comprehensive evaluations including the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule -2 (ADOS-2) to determine an ASD diagnosis, identify strengths and weaknesses, and provide recommendations for home and school settings. 

Individual and Family Treatment: Behavior management, cognitive behavior therapy and parent training for children, adolescents and their families affected by ASD. Support is also provided to adolescents on the autism spectrum who are transitioning to young adulthood.

Building Blocks Junior Early Intervention Group: This 10-week early intervention group (weekly 60-minute sessions) is designed to serve children ages 2-4 years who have limited verbal language skills and social skill delays. This group is co-led by a psychologist, a speech-language pathologist, and an occupational therapist. The goals of the program are to increase functional communication, social/play skills, sensory exploration, and preschool readiness. Caregivers are actively involved in the group with guidance from group leaders. Learn more here.