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Speech & Language Therapy

If your child has difficulty communicating their wants and needs, ideas, or feelings or has difficulty with articulation, a speech-language pathologist (SLP) may be able to help! An SLP can help with functional communication through a variety of communication modalities.

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Occupational & Physical Therapy

If a child has a difficult time doing  functional activities or with their muscles, joints, or limbs, a therapist may be able to help!

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FAMILY SUPPORTS 

Caring for a family member or loved one with intellectual or developmental disabilities is challenging. We’re here to help you. 

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FIRST STEPS

First Steps is a program of the Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services (DDRS).

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BEHAVIOR SUPPORTS 

Our Behavior Supports Services are designed for adults and children who struggle with challenging behaviors that interfere with their relationships and their quality of life.

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BULLYING

If you feel your child is being bullied, or need advice to help your child understand bullying behaviors, our staff will guide you to the proper resources.

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YOUNG ADULT SOCIAL SKILLS GROUP 

Learn skills for making and keeping friends, dating, having conversations, conflict resolution, and handling bullying.

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AUTISM 

Autism is a developmental disability that affects an individual’s social interaction, communication, and the way they relate to people, objects and events.