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The curriculum at Children Making Strides is individualized for each child.  After an initial assessment, a plan of goals and objectives are developed and a put in to place for your child depending on his or her strengths and areas of need.  The teaching methodology used by Children Making Strides is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the scientifically proven method for children diagnosed with autism to learn successfully.

Our educational plan addresses skill acquisition across the domains focusing on the areas of speech and language, cognitive skills, fine motor, gross motor, activities of daily living and social skills.  As each skill is learned, additional ones are added to the program and then taught in a manner to help students generalize these skills over different environments with a variety of people.

All programs are data driven and documentation is provided to families and insurance companies demonstrating acquisition of skills.

Parents are a crucial part to a child’s success.  Children Making Strides offers monthly parent training programs as well as individual sessions with parents and caregivers to insure the carryover of learned skills.
“Our son Troy was diagnosed with High Functioning PDD-NOS.  We had a difficult time communicating with him.
Troy has made great “strides” with his therapist (whom he adores) from CMS.  Troy’s communication and negative/repetitive
behaviors have improved tremendously!” Thank you CMS! – Parent
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