Sacramento ABA Therapy
Our mission at Therapeutic Pathways is to provide compassionate, data-driven applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy to help children with autism expand their interests. With quality ABA therapy in Sacramento your child can develop into the best version of themselves.
Therapeutic Pathways is pleased to offer state-of-the-art services at the Kendall Center located just 30 minutes northeast of Sacramento. Whether you live in Granite Bay, Citrus Heights, Lincoln, or Carmichael, we can help your child take steps toward living an independent, satisfying life.
We are honored to work closely with clients and their families, helping them overcome barriers and lead rewarding, productive lives. Our mission is to provide individualized, scientifically-validated treatments that enable our clients to reach their goals.
We understand that autism and other developmental disabilities affect families as well. That’s why we take an inclusive approach – alignment is key to successful treatment. Parents and caregivers are involved from the beginning of the process, as we educate everyone involved to maximize progress and realize each child’s full potential.
Of course, achievements are made through hard work on the part of the client, their family, and our staff. We value integrity, honesty, and professionalism in all our undertakings, and we view our staff as our most valuable resource.
Contact the Sacramento Kendall Center
At Therapeutic Pathways, our vision is to help each child with autism recognize and achieve their full potential. We welcome children and families from Sacramento and surrounding areas. For more information and to speak with a professional, call (209) 422-3280.
4196 Douglas Blvd. Suite 100
Granite Bay, CA 95746
Programs at The Sacramento Kendall Center
Each child with autism has unique strengths, challenges, and interests. That’s why we take a tailored, individualized approach to treatment. We understand that no two children are alike, so we take the time to formulate a plan where they can work at their own pace.
After meeting with a child’s parents or caregivers, our credentialed Clinical Teams work to create a plan that includes specific and attainable parameters used to determine success. We value family inclusion and participation; these partnerships help solidify a child’s progress and ensure healthy support at home and school.
The Sacramento Kendall Center boasts a full range of programs for children of all ages. These 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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