Elk Grove ABA Therapy
Our goal at Therapeutic Pathways is to make high-quality care accessible to every individual with autism. That’s why we’re proud to offer programs from the Kendall and Behavior Centers at our location in Elk Grove. Families in Elk Grove and other areas outside Sacramento can get treatment for their children without costly travel. Our science-backed methods and a high standard of care mean families can rest assured that their child is receiving the best possible treatment.
Children with autism who experience problems with speech, language, or social skills may benefit from a Kendall Center program. Our highly-trained technicians work closely with each child to help them develop the core skills of speech and appropriate communication. Our staff will meet your child where they are and help them expand their skills and interests in a constructive, caring environment.
Elk Grove Behavior Therapy
We also offer programs from the Behavior Center at our location in Elk Grove. These programs may be an option for your child if they exhibit aggressive or dangerous behaviors. Treatment is available to people of all ages with or without autism, and each program is tailored specifically to the individual to provide the highest quality of care. Our Clinical Teams work to reduce aggressive behaviors that have led to hospitalizations, out of home placements, and represent daily challenges to the health and safety of the individual and others. Many of the school age children we treat have not been able to attend school or be out in the community for months and sometimes years at a time. Our focus is on helping promote functional communication and a better quality of life in the home and community.
9355 E. Stockton Blvd Suite 100
Elk Grove CA 95624
Programs at the Elk Grove Center
At the Kendall Centers, our staff members don’t stand back and watch from a distance — they’re dedicated and invested in every child through personalized programs and one-on-one attention. As part of our ABA services, the Elk Grove Kendall Center offers comprehensive language, speech, and communication therapy for children with autism in any stage of development. Visit our Programs pages to learn more.
AGES 0-3: This program focuses on getting your child testing within the normal range with an intensive 25+ hours of therapy per with about 300 goals over the year.
AGES 3-7: This program primarily focuses on helping children gain the skills of communication, social skills, self-help, and managing behavior domains.
AGES 7-11: This program includes more in depth self help skills like functional communication, reduction of behavior problems, self-management, and independence.
AGES 12-18: This program includes more in depth self help skills like functional communication, reduction of behavior problems, self-management, and independence.
AGES 5-16: This program fosters productive interactions and coping abilities for numerous social situations through guided social skills groups.
AGES 6+: This program is specifically designed for individuals with severe behavior disorders, including self-injurious and dangerous behaviors.
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