Early Learners ABA Treatment Program

This full-day Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment program for younger children provides intensive, individualized therapy in the clinical setting.

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This full-day Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment program for younger children provides intensive, individualized therapy in the clinical setting.

Children ages 2–6

Our Early Learners Program focuses on functional communication skills, potty training and building the critical skills your child needs to succeed in a school environment. We work on things like sitting, asking for what we want, transitioning from activity to activity and playing with friends!

Your child will receive 30 hours of one-on-one ABA therapy per week, as well as have plenty of opportunities to play and socialize with other kids their own age.

30

minimum ABA therapy hours per week

8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Monday through Friday

Early Learners self-care skill focus

Socks and shoes -

Socks and shoes

Potty training -

Potty training

Hand-washing -

Hand-washing

Communication -

Communication

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Parent engagement

Our Early Learners Treatment Program is a learning environment not only for children, but also for parents and staff. We look forward to partnering with you in your child’s development by providing:

  • An open line of communication to your child’s treatment team.
  • Initial evaluation and monthly reports to monitor your child’s progress.
  • An expectation of parent involvement as a member of the treatment team.
  • Mandatory parent workshops offered in the clinic each month.

Sample Schedule

8:00 – 8:30 am Drop Off and Group Outside Play
8:45 am Circle Time
9:15 am Toy Play
9:45 am Snack
10:00 am Group Active Play
10:30 am Discrete Trial Training
10:45 am Sensory Time
11:15 am Lunch
12:00 pm Rest
12:45 pm Group Active Play
1:15 pm Discrete Trial Training
1:45 pm Snack
2:00 pm Group Toy Play
2:30 pm Art
3:00 pm Pick Up

"Starting early with 30 hours of ABA therapy results in the best outcomes for children with autism."
—Mariel Spicer, Little Rock BCBA

Curriculum Focus

While we serve learners with a wide range of abilities, our ultimate goals are always the same: to help children with autism achieve the next level of independence based on their unique needs and strengths.

Success in school is a big part of that independence, so we incorporate foundational pre-school and kindergarten skills like circle time, art, group play and more into our daily schedule.

Curriculum Focus

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