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Just like a foundation supports a house, our Foundations program gives children the structure to achieve social, emotional, and intellectual milestones. This program provides school-age autism services for children between the ages of three and seven.

Children with autism need to develop social skills at an early age. Doing so will help them develop lasting friendships, practice socially appropriate behavior, and enjoy stronger self-awareness. With 25+ hours of applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy per week, our registered behavioral technicians work closely with your child to develop the skills that will help them succeed in school and life.

“Kids Helping Kids” is available for children who have gained foundational play and communication skills and are ready for further social development. The program encourages interactive social and play skills with typically developing peers in small groups or 1:1 format. These groups are led by our clinical team who present purposefully-chosen and fun activities.

Through imitation and observational learning, your child will learn in the same ways that neurotypical children do. Your child will develop independence and participation skills, as well as stronger peer interactions and reduced behavior problems.

For more information, consult our Related Articles section or contact Therapeutic Pathways at (209) 422-3280.

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