Category: Social Skills
We provide Social Success Groups to improve our client’s cognition, which then increases their communication, and enhances their ability to make connections with the world around them. We work with clients from age 5 and up.
Ability Tree helps create inclusive, supportive communities where anyone affected by disability can enjoy healthy relationships in their neighborhoods, schools, workplaces, and churches through a variety of fun programs offered to children and their families.
Clinic locations in Orlando, Longwood, Kissimmee, Davenport and Riverview
0 – 26 years ABA services, speech therapy and psychological testing & evaluations
Multidisciplinary team provides treatment in the home, clinic or school to children and young adults in Greater Orlando (Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Polk, Lake, Brevard and Volusia counties) Greater Tampa (Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco counties) and Greater Jacksonville (Duval & St. Johns counties). Additional programs include social skills groups, camps, parent training, parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT), augmentative & alternative communication (AAC), and virtual speech therapy.
Building Pathways is a safe place where teens and adults with unique abilities are provided with structure and support while being trained in the fields of their interest. Behavior Analysts will be there to guide participants with programs to achieve full independence. They will practice and learn the life and social skills needed to live on their own. Offering social skills classes, camps, and day programs.
Specially designed individualized programs help students make significant improvements in all areas of functioning. Program includes one-on-one instruction, training in cognitive and auditory processing, perceptional motor functioning, reading, social skills, sensory integration and skills leading toward independence.
We are committed to providing evidenced-based ABA therapy to children and their families. Through individualized, consistent, high-quality services, we strive to increase communication, social skills, functional living skills, and overall quality of life for each child within our agency. Through compassion, understanding, and diligence, we provide families with constant support and valid training in order for them to provide exceptional care to their children.
Home and community-based ABA therapy for children and teens (ages 3-18).
Focus on natural environment teaching. Emphasis on combining behavioral parent
training with services to help parents implement plans within their natural routines.
Learning Leaps offers various ABA-based therapy program models designed to be individualized in order to meet the needs of each child.
The Early Intervention Program is an intensive clinic based program designed for children ages 18 months to 5 years old who qualify based on medical necessity. A 1:1 ratio is kept for all clients in this program. The Early Intervention Program focuses on verbal and communication skills, daily living and feeding skills, social skills, play skills, toilet training, reduction of maladaptive behaviors, and school readiness skills. This is a comprehensive therapy model that covers many developmental domains. Children typically spend 25-35 hours a week in therapy, learning the required prerequisite skills they will need to meet their developmental milestones and to prepare to enter school. The Early Intervention Program is housed on The Key To Learning campus in Clermont. Enrollment is limited to a maximum of eight children per year.
The Key to Success Program is for school age children that benefit from a lower student to teacher ratio and individualized behavior support before entering a traditional classroom setting. The children in The Key to Success program are enrolled as students in The Key to Learning, an accredited private school. While there, they receive academic instruction from one of The Key to Learning’s teachers, while simultaneously receiving behavioral support and intervention from a Learning Leaps team comprised of a supervising BCBA and an RBT. Student ratios are kept around 1:5. The focus of The Key To Success program is to develop behavior change that will encourage independence and assimilation into a classroom environment, without the need for one-on-one assistance. Children in this program usually qualify for less than 25 hours of ABA per week, with the goal being to fade services out as the child meets the goals outlined in his or her behavior intervention plan. This program’s treatment model is usually a combination of 1:1 therapy sessions between the BCBA/RBT and the child and training school staff to work with the child.
School Consultation services are offered for children in private and public schools throughout Lake County. ABA services in a school consultation model focus on teacher and parent training and typically fall under 20 hours per week. Learning Leaps can help guide you through the Private Provider Packet required by Lake County Schools in order for your therapist to work with your child’s teacher in their classroom. School Consultation services are usually very focused in their scope and are usually comprised of behavior intervention strategies that increase schoolwork completion, compliance with instructional demands, and decreasing maladaptive behaviors to ensure success in a traditional classroom environment.
In-Home and Community Based Services are designed for children of any age, who need assistance with a specific skill or behavior, or who wish to stay in their current educational setting without assistance from Learning Leaps staff. This program is offered throughout the day and in various locations. Therapy sessions are conducted in a 1:1 ratio with the therapist and parent/caregiver working together with the child throughout each session. Parent training is highly emphasized in this program model so that parents/caregivers can implement behavior interventions as needed, even when the therapist is not present. These services are designed to be short-term and focus on training the parent/caregiver to serve as the therapist and collect data on the child’s progress.
Positive Behavior Support Corporation (PBS Corp) provides a variety of applied behavior analysis services through highly-qualified behavior analysts to meet the unique needs of individuals, families and systems. These services include training and consultation, services within schools and agencies and intensive behavioral intervention. We use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to conduct quality assessments and behavioral intervention plans. ABA services to include training and consultation, services within schools and agencies and intensive behavioral intervention.
At Step Beyond Development, we strongly believe in inclusion, not exclusion. Everyone deserves the best that life has to offer regardless of their disability. This company is highly focused on empowering individuals with feelings of confidence, dignity, purpose, and independence.
Step Beyond Development will help give your child a chance to feel included, gain exposure to others just like them, and learn in a bully free environment allowing them to excel in life. Clients will also gain confidence and possess skills needed to be fully prepared when applying and starting a job.
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