Institute for Neurodiversity
Mission: The Institute will educate, advocate, support and provide accessible services for children with neurodiverse conditions, their families, educators, and community partners through compassionate, innovative evidence-based practices, and research.
Vision: “Empowering children and their families to navigate their world to the betterment of all.”
PROGRAMS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE:
Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI)
- Our clinicians provide evidence-based treatment based on the principles of applied behavioral analysis (ABA) in order to identify individualized goals to support skill acquisition and address challenging behaviors, develop learning activities, and support individuals from ages 0 to 6 years with autism in a variety of settings.
- Small group programs, including children ages 7 to 12 years, provide children with the tools for navigating their social environment.