Unlocking the Power of Autism Therapy
Welcome to Alternative Behavior: A Play-Based Learning Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our center is a leading provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy and play-based learning specifically designed to help children with autism spectrum disorder. Our experienced and dedicated team provides comprehensive services that include diagnosis, one-on-one and group therapy, parent training, and specially-designed stimulation rooms. We are committed to helping children with autism spectrum disorder reach their full potential and lead healthy, independent lives.
What We Do Best
We accept most commercial insurances including:
how it works:
Call us or schedule a brief phone consultation to discuss your challenges and needs
We will verify your insurance to make sure our services are covered by your insurance company
We will schedule an Intake appointment to gather your child’s history and listen to your concerns
If necessary we will perform diagnostic testing to determine if an autism condition such exist
We will work with you to identify key goals and desires for you and your child
Start Therapy right away, we offer center-based services and also in-home services
frequently asked questions
Autism prevalence rates vary across the world. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 1 in 36 children in the United States have been identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This estimate is based on a 2018 report of 4.5 million people ages 3 to 17 years old. Prevalence rates for ASD have increased steadily since 2002 when the CDC reported an estimate of 1 in 150 children had ASD
Signs of autism can sometimes be detected as early as infancy, with some parents and physicians noticing signs before the child’s first birthday. By 18 months of age, many behaviors associated with autism are clearly apparent, including difficulty responding to their name and reduced eye contact. However, a formal diagnosis is required to confirm the condition.. Early screening for autism at well-child visits is recommended for all children, especially those at higher risk for the condition due to having an older sibling or family member on the autism spectrum.
Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) are a group of complex neurodevelopmental conditions that affect a person’s ability to communicate, interact socially, and behave appropriately. ASDs can range from mild to severe and can have varying degrees of impact on the individual’s daily functioning. Common characteristics include impaired social interactions, difficulty communicating, restricted interests, and repetitive behaviors.
Autism ABA treatment is generally considered to be one of the most effective treatments available for those with autism. Research has found that many individuals with autism who undergo ABA therapy show improvements in their ability to communicate, learn new skills, and manage behavior. It has also been shown to reduce anxiety and other symptoms related to autism. ABA treatment has been demonstrated to be beneficial in helping people on the autism spectrum become more independent and gain meaningful life experiences. Overall, ABA is an effective form of intervention for people with autism that can help them achieve meaningful improvements in their lives.