Speech and Language Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Speech therapy is a service designed to improve a child’s ability to communicate during daily living interactions, providing specialized treatment and training to a child and his or her family.

Habilitation is a service designed to facilitate overall functioning during daily living routines, such as mealtime, toileting, self-grooming or community outings. Additionally, a comprehensive habilitation plan targets daily living needs in the areas of understanding and expressing language and behavior
management. Frequency of habilitation services can range from 10 to 40 hours per week, depending on your child’s needs. This is determined by an initial evaluation performed by one of our behavioral consultants.

ABA Therapy



Occupational therapy sessions are built to engage the child in a variety of sensory-motor exercises that gradually calibrate the way their body perceives and processes information. It has been demonstrated to facilitate motor development, independence during activities of daily living and play-based and social skills in people with developmental disabilities.

Respite Services provide families with caregiving services for a child with a disability. It’s a way to enhance families’ schedules, providing time to attend doctors appointments, go for a walk, or complete other activities that might not involve your child.
Frequency of respite services is determined by the ISP (Individualized Service Plan) team, and approved by the division of developmental disabilities.

An alternative to public school placement for children with developmental disabilities who require individualized attention and an individualized, intensive academic program. Individual therapeutic goals are designed to target academic skills in the areas of reading, writing and math skills. One on one intervention is then provided in a school calendar and schedule, on our facilities with the appropriate guidance and supervision by our certified staff.

In addition to private pay in the forms of cash, check or credit cards, we are contracted through the Arizona Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), the Arizona Empowerment Scholarship Award (ESA) and the following private insurance carriers, for any other funding sources, please contact us to make you request:


Demonstrated by the literature as the primary therapeutic component for people diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, applied behavior analysis (ABA) plans are developed by our Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs and implemented by our Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs). Family involvement and training is a vital part of this program, we will spend the time we need providing solutions for activities of daily living, specific situations in need behavior modification, and discrete trial training programming (DTT).  

Educational Therapy