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Our Areas of Specialty

• Socialization (turn taking, sharing, waiting, interacting, joint attention)
• Communication (tacts, mands)
• Behavior Management
• Functional Behavior Assessments
• Behavior Support Plans
• Consultation with the IEP Process
• Multi-systemic Planning/Implementation with Occupational Therapists,
  Speech Therapists, Physical Therapists, Pediatricians

What We Do


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What:

Coffee & Convo for Cool Moms

When:

TBA

Who:

Mothers of children diagnosed with Autism and/or Asperger Syndrome.

Purpose:

To allow safe and confidential conversation amognst mothers.

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What:

Spring Break 2013

When:

March 25th - 28th

Who:

Children diagnosed with Autism and/or Asperger Syndrome.

Purpose:

To help bridge the transition between academic work and free time for children diagnosed with ASD during Spring Break.

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What:

Opryland Explorers

When:

Each Semester - Click Contact Us for specific dates and times.

Who:

Ages 9 to 12 males diagnosed with Autism and/or Asperger Syndrome.

Purpose:

Increase socialization skills via ABA therapy.

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What:

The Aerodynamic Adventures

When:

TBA

Who:

Ages 9 to 12 male teens diagnosed with high functioning Autism and/or Asperger Syndrome.

Purpose:

To expose the male teens to socialization.

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What:

Summer Leaning Lab

When:

Each Summer - Click Contact Us for specific dates and times.

Who:

Ages 7-9; 10-12; and 13-15
Children diagnosed with Autism and/or Asperger Syndrome.

Purpose:

Keep children in an environment of educational-based strategies that are fun.

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What:

Discovery Kids

When:

TBA

Who:

Varying Ages
Male children diagnosed with high functioning Autism and/or Asperger Syndrome.

Purpose:

Use facilitated play to foster social discovery. Behavior Analyst will teach coordinated joint engagement along with other social skills in fun, child-centered play-date sessions.