Comprehensive Behavioral Program (Ages 13 and Younger)
SARRC’s Comprehensive Behavioral Program provides intensive, applied behavior analysis (ABA) based programming across environments to meet the needs of children with autism up to age 13 and their families. Treatment is primarily implemented in the home and in the community and is often coordinated with a student’s school.
Comprehensive treatment includes 1:1 intervention sessions, caregiver training sessions, and ongoing and continuous supervision from a SARRC Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Goals are based on individualized assessments, aligned with the core symptoms of autism, and developed in coordination with the family.
Parent and caregiver participation is essential to our program, and we involve parents every step of the way! Together, as a team, we will craft a plan to provide services in meaningful settings such as school, home, or in the community. Goals developed for your child might address, but are not limited to:
- Communication and social skills
- Self-care skills
- Strengthening participation and engagement in meaningful activities
- Developing hobbies and interests
- Developing advocacy skills
- Private insurance (SARRC accepts most major insurance plans)
- Private pay
- Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) Program