Folsom ABA Therapy
Located just over 20 miles from Sacramento, this Kendall Center provides intensive Folsom ABA therapy for children with autism. If your child has been diagnosed with autism and is struggling with social interactions and communication or is engaging in problem behavior, a program at the Kendall Center may help.
We are proud to offer a full gamut of applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy programs for children with autism in Folsom, California. The Kendall Center helps children with autism develop necessary skills for living independent, well-rounded, and satisfying lives.
At Therapeutic Pathways, we believe the best treatment is interactive – there should be engagement between the child’s parents and staff. We include families in the treatment process so that everyone is on the same page and has resources for dealing with certain behaviors safely and appropriately.
ABA therapy is an intensive, science-backed approach that helps improve social behavior in children with autism. The main focuses are on developing new skills, refining learned skills, and reducing problem behavior that commonly prevents children with autism from being independent and social.
Using ABA therapy, children learn which behaviors are safe and appropriate in a given situation and which are not. Our credentialed Clinical Teams break a behavior down into smaller steps so children can easily understand them. Our staff then works closely with each child, taking as much time as necessary to instill valuable social and life skills.
Before therapy begins, our staff meets with each child’s parent or caregiver to discuss an individualized treatment plan. Then, our board-certified clinical staff works with each child to develop realistic, attainable goals based on their unique challenges, strengths, and interests.
These incremental steps make it easier for children with autism to achieve their goals. At Therapeutic Pathways, we will help your child every step of the way in their development toward independence.
These incremental steps make it easier for children with autism to achieve their goals. At Therapeutic Pathways, we will help your child every step of the way in their development towards independence.
At Therapeutic Pathways, we don’t just talk about results — we deliver them. Using individualized, scientifically-validated treatments and data sets, we carefully measure the progress of each client so we understand what works best and how to help further towards the goal of independence.
Our Values at the Folsom Kendall Center
At Therapeutic Pathways, we don’t just talk about results – we deliver them. Using individualized, scientifically-validated treatments and data sets, we carefully measure the progress of each client so we understand what works best and how to help further toward the goal of independence.
Our staff is our most valued resource at both Therapeutic Pathways and the Kendall Center. We strive for long-term relationships with our staff, and we invest in each employee through educational assistance, internships, and supervision towards certifications.
Our vision is to improve the lives of every child in our care, and we owe much of that success to our incredible staff.
Contact the Kendall Center Today
The Kendall Center provides ABA treatment for children with autism, helping them learn the skills necessary to lead an independent, well-rounded, and productive life.
For more information about Therapeutic Pathways, the Kendall Center, and Folsom ABA therapy, call (209) 422-3280.
1825 Prairie City Rd
Folsom, CA 95630
Programs at the The Folsom Kendall Center
The Folsom Kendall Center offers a range of services to children of all ages. Our staff meet with the child and their parents or caregivers in order to place them in the best program for their specific needs. Our programs include:
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.
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