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.

  • During your visit, you will meet one-on-one with a certified staff member and have the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have regarding our process.

    Wednesday, November 28, 2018

    We will then take you on a guided tour and describe what your child’s day may look like with us! Schedule your visit today!

  • Eagerly awaiting the opening of Jefferson Park?

    Wednesday, November 28, 2018

    Spots are filling up! We’re meeting new families for assessments at our other locations for timely entrance into therapy.

    If you need insurance for 2019, Open Enrollment is almost over! If you have questions, we may have your answers!

  • We are so thankful for each and every one of our families!

    Thursday, November 22, 2018

    Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Child’s Play!

  • Thanksgiving is coming!

    Sunday, November 18, 2018

    Are you traveling? Having family over? The holidays certainly interrupt your child’s routine. Talking about the upcoming events ahead of time will help them prepare for the excitement. Try giving them a task to be in charge of. Taking ownership of something new will give them a feeling of control over some of these changes.

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!

-Parent Review, Online