School Age
School Age

Focused behavioral intervention

As children get older, needs change. This type of intervention addresses fewer targets to improve self-help skills and reduce behavior problems that interfere with learning, independent functioning, and social development.

Child and adult reading
Teacher and cute boy Looking at Each Other - Supporting Child

Intervention Programs

Intervention programs for school-age children involve 10-20 hours of intervention each week. We focus on 2-10 goals critical to increasing independence, successful integration into the community, participation in family activities, peer interactions and reduction of behavior problems that interfere with learning and acceptance by others.

Social functioning for improved independence

We have a range of programs that focus on teaching children and adolescents skills needed to navigate the social world.

Social Skills Programs