Early Intervention (EI)
FAC's EI program is designed for children ages 6 years or younger. The goal of this program is to provide an intensive therapy program for young children to obtain the skills necessary to enter mainstream kindergarten while providing a fun, individualized learning environment that encourages language, social skills, and other early learner skills.
One-on-One ABA therapy is geared for children of all ages and is utilized throughout all of our programs. It addresses a variety of skills that are tailored to the individual needs of each child, such as social skills, language development, community integration techniques, reducing challenging behaviors, and forging daily living skills.
This program is a part of all FAC programs to provide all around support. FAC recognizes that parents and caregivers are a critical part of the team. The goal of this program is to increase confidence in addressing treatment goals at home.
Verbal Behavior and Communication:
Communication is critical to each child’s success. FAC’s VB program is a component in all programs. The goal of this program is to increase functional language and appropriate social skills while decreasing challenging behaviors.
The food acceptance program utilizes the latest data-based research in food selectivity through FAC’s collaboration with the University of Florida and includes providing ongoing support for families during their child’s journey to enjoying more foods.
FAC has a complete approach to toilet training and each program is tailored specifically to meet the unique needs of each child. Trained behavior therapists, in collaboration with team members from the University of Florida, will use current research and principles to teach this key skill.
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