Child’s Play Autism Centers
At Child’s Play Autism Centers, we believe that every person has the opportunity to live a fulfilling and enriched life. We know that every child is unique – from their deepest thoughts to the imprint they will leave as they encounter everything our world has to offer.
Our individualized therapy helps children grow into what they want to be. And just like you, we want to see your children thrive. That’s why our therapy is tested and proven, and our services are second-to-none. Need to learn more? Read our FAQs or look into our vast resources. Need help? Contact us whenever you have a question. Every day, we seek to embrace the life and potential of all individuals. We do this because this is your life. Together, we can make the most of it.
Our centers are focused around your child!
Monday, August 13, 2018
Our centers are focused around your child! Our staff is comprised of Board Certified Behavior Analysis as well as Program Coordinators and Behavior Technicians. In addition, Child’s Play is Safe Crisis Management Certified and adept at supporting children on all levels of the spectrum. We take pride in knowing each child personally and we are compassionate, receptive and competent in our work.
Brushing teeth, combing hair and other activities of daily living are important life skills!
Saturday, August 11, 2018
Brushing teeth, combing hair and other activities of daily living are important life skills! Introduce these into their daily routine to build these skills over time.
A trip to the zoo doesn’t have to be full of anxiety.
Tuesday, August 7, 2018
A trip to the zoo doesn’t have to be full of anxiety. Since the zoo is full of people and new sights, sounds and smells there are opportunities for learning and exploration. If you see that your child is particularly interested in a certain area go ahead and spend some time there. The exhibits are there for you to enjoy for any length of time!
Kids are going back to school soon!
Friday, August 3, 2018
Kids are going back to school soon! These transitions can be difficult. The change of sleep and wake times. Being somewhere new all day. Try to prepare them by adjusting their daily routine slowly to become synced up with their new school day.
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!