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From Surviving to Thriving
The First Steps to Real Help
Autism can leave families stuck in survival mode, unsure of how to help their child. Thrive Behavior Centers is locally-owned, not a big-box ABA company. Our clinical team is led by a mom who has been there with her own child's autism diagnosis. Our personal approach to ABA therapy is designed to meet your child's unique needs. The first steps to getting real help are simple. We invite you to move past surviving and start Thriving.
Functional Communication Skills
If your child can’t tell the people around him what he wants, it’s frustrating for everyone. At Thrive Behavior Centers, our primary focus is teaching functional communication skills.
Learning Readiness Skills
At Thrive Behavior Centers, our job is to work ourselves out of a job. To do that, we teach your child the skills they need for the next steps on their learning journey.
Self-Care and Daily Living Skills
ABA therapy is also effective to teach self-care skills like toileting, feeding, hygiene and dressing. At Thrive Behavior Centers, we work to increase your child’s independence.
Relationships make life meaningful. We find fun ways to help teach your child to be able to interact with the world around him.
Parent Education and Training
Parent training is an essential part of ABA therapy at Thrive Behavior Centers. We teach you the concepts that make ABA so effective and practical ways to apply them with your child.
The First Step is Fast and Easy!
We just need a little bit of information about your child.
The first step is simple! Just fill out our quick and easy form.
Your free initial consultation with our Chief Clinical Officer is a great time to can ask questions about ABA services and our centers. We’ll also go over how the Thrive Treatment Model works, and discuss all the information you’ve provided us about your child so you can make sure we’re the best fit for your family.
You and your child will meet with a BCBA for a play-based clinical evaluation at one of our bright, kid-friendly centers.
Waiting is difficult when you are trying to get help for your child. Our centers are accepting new clients now. We’re committed to starting your child’s therapy as soon as possible.