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Autism and Behavior Services

Our Approach

We provide individualized care through targeted applied behavior analysis with a focus on three main areas of growth – communication, social skills and challenging or interfering behaviors. Each individual and family’s voice is essential to ensure that individuals develop new skills and self-regulation strategies that work best for them. We know that parents and guardians are essential members of our team, and we partner with families for treatment planning, and to provide ongoing training and support. Collaboration between other service providers to ensure continuity of care across home, school, and other therapies, is welcome and encouraged!

Our passionate clinicians utilize evidence-based practices in applied behavior analysis, education, and trauma-informed care as the foundation of instruction and intervention. Our team approach to service delivery incorporates care through the hands-on involvement of our Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Assistant Behavior Analysts in all aspects of therapy. Under the supervision of BCBAs and BCaBAs, highly trained behavior therapists deliver high quality ABA services and target skills that will open doors to community inclusion for your loved one.

Additionally, we offer specialized support to parents and caregivers to ensure that you are receiving the care and help you need to address behaviors and skill development outside of session times. At Dominion Care, there are no minimum weekly hours of therapy required. While there is benefit to more weekly therapy hours, our programs are designed to work for your child and/or adolescent and their support team’s lives.

If you are looking for intellectual/developmental disability services funded by the Medicaid Waiver, please visit our ID/DD services page here.

ID/DD Services

In Home ABA

Dominion Care works with individuals (ages 18 months and up) and their families to provide applied behavior analysis (ABA) services in their homes or in our clinics to address communication, social skills, self-care and behavior differences. Our goal is to meet each family’s need for inclusion in their home community and work toward meaningful change.

We recognize that all behavior is communication and start by determining the function of, or message communicated through, any behavior. Our ABA practice emphasizes positive reinforcement, and natural environment teaching.  By finding personally relevant goals for each child or young adult, then teaching those skills through component skill development, we make the overall process easier and more enjoyable.

Our services include specialized support for each individual’s family, as well as their education and support teams. Our support helps parents, teachers and other service providers  gain the skills needed to modify their environment, reduce anxiety and challenging behaviors, and respond more effectively when challenges occur. Coordination between our ABA services and other professionals who support each individual helps to encourage consistency and facilitates growth.

Space is limited, so please be sure fill out our client eligibility form so that we can serve you as soon as space becomes available.

Client Eligibility Form

If you are looking for In-Home Services funded by the Medicaid Waiver, please visit our ID/DD services page here.

ID/DD Services

EIBI - Early Intensive Behavior Intervention

For young children (ages 18 months to 5 years) diagnosed with autism or a developmental delay, our Early Intensive Behavior Intervention Clinics (EIBI) provide a supportive, full-day setting where young learners can develop social, communication, and self-help skills. Through a preschool-style group format, young children can learn new developmental skills together, while also having opportunities for targeted 1:1 therapy throughout the day.

As with our older clients, we start first by recognizing that all behavior is communication and seek to find the message conveyed through any behavior. Once the function of behavior is determined, we work with children to develop social and communication skills to better meet their needs, and provide increased access within their home, school, and community.

Space is limited, so please be sure fill out our client eligibility form so that we can serve you as soon as space becomes available.

Client Eligibility Form

ADOS-2 Assessment Clinic

If you’re concerned your child may have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), an ADOS-2 assessment can help you identify their unique path to a happy and fulfilling life.

ADOS-2, or Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule – Second Edition, is the gold standard for assessing ASD in children ages 6 and younger. Dominion Care’s highly specialized and ADOS trained clinicians provide assessments, evaluations and educational program training for children and families.

ADOS-2 is not your typical doctor’s visit. It lasts 45 minutes to an hour and is natural and play-based, in which your clinician will lead your child through standardized activities to observe their behavior in key indicator areas like communication, social interaction and restricted and repetitive behaviors.

ADOS-2 assessments are modular, designed to match your child’s age and communication levels. Every child has a unique story and history. An ADOS-2 assessment can help guide your child’s next steps to finding their path to happiness and fulfillment.

Space is limited, so please be sure fill out our Assessment Clinic Referral Form so that we can serve you as soon as space becomes available.

Assessment Clinic Referral Form

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