Child’s Play Autism Centers

From early on, creating a new standard for clinical care was a passion of our founders Jason Shaw and Becki Fulcher. They 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.

  • We are excited to announce that we have an on-staff Occupational Therapist!

    We are excited to announce that we have an on-staff Occupational Therapist!

    Thursday, September 5, 2019

    With services beginning in November we are getting ready for big things here at Child’s Play! Learn more:http://childsplayautism.com/occupational-therapy/

  • Happy Labor Day from all of us at Child’s Play!

    Happy Labor Day from all of us at Child’s Play!

    Monday, September 2, 2019

    We want to thank our hard working staff for their dedication all year. The love you put into your work shows through the success of our kids!

  • It’s a long weekend for some of us!

    It’s a long weekend for some of us!

    Friday, August 30, 2019

    Changes in our routines can be a little more difficult for our kids. We suggest keeping sleep and wake times consistent along with your normal meal and snack times. This way even if we go somewhere new or have guests over for a cookout we can keep their schedule on track.

  • We know that a structured day is really important

    We know that a structured day is really important

    Tuesday, August 27, 2019

    .. but what about some free play time? It can be scheduled in of course. Grab some things that they enjoy interacting with and let them explore on their own and at their own pace. Maybe they love to play-dough or looking through books. We all need some down time, take this time for yourself as well.

They are the best! I couldn’t ask for a better place for (my son) to go to…. He went from barely being able to walk with a walk to walking independently in a matter of five months. His therapist’s Rock!!!!!!

-Caregiver Review, Online