Child’s Play Autism Centers

Elevating the standards of clinical care has been a passion of ours since our founding. We wanted a place where patients of all ages and need, along with their families could come to seek exceptional outcomes, all while adding to the meaning of what an ABA clinic should be. In its beginning years, the clinics started with a small group of therapists, offering intervention in a few small locations, and for a brief time, in the community only. But thanks to their dedication to their science, passion for their mission, focus on convenient on-site amenities and generalization experiences, and an ever-increasing number of passionate caregivers, Child’s Play Autism Centers has grown beyond our wildest imagination. And we are just getting started.

When you arrive at Child’s Play today, you’ll find the finest clinical staff and their support teams intervening on everything from early learning, problem behavior reduction and replacement (including severe aggression and self-harm) and family education; not to mention social programs, occupational therapy, diagnostics, and family support counseling. From our dream of a clinical experience beyond the norm it’s blossomed into, Child’s Play Autism Centers continues to inspire our commitment to clinical excellence, growth, and community support.

  • The January Parent Newsletter

    The January Parent Newsletter

    Wednesday, January 15, 2020

    is here! Take a look:

  • Parent’s Night Out!

    Parent’s Night Out!

    Thursday, January 9, 2020

    Mark your calendars for Friday, January 24 from 4:30 – 7:00 pm. All enrolled families are welcome to participate! Be sure to sign up at the reception desk (available at each office). Our Huntington and Glenbrook clinics will be ready for your kiddo with fun things to do while you enjoy an evening OUT!

  • Visual learning

    Visual learning

    Monday, January 6, 2020

    Most of us depend on some type of schedule to keep our lives on track. This also holds true to your child learning how to do certain tasks or activities. Visual cues help them see and remember the steps of what comes next. This can be really helpful at home!

  • We’re here for you

    We’re here for you

    Friday, January 3, 2020

    Have you talked to us about adding Occupational Therapy to your child’s program? We’d love to answer your questions!

Our son has grown leaps and bounds under Rebecca’s supervision. He engages with his peers, has had a huge decrease in meltdowns and works daily on his difficulties on transitions. We are more than pleased with his progress and he loves being there with all his friends!

-Caregiver Review, Online