Early Intervention ABA Program
Individual treatment sessions are offered in three-hour blocks, Monday through Friday, in the morning or afternoon. Treatment sessions consist of:
- Addressing problematic behaviors
- Growing social development
- Promoting communication
- Improving daily living skills (e.g., toilet training, tooth brushing, etc.)
Group ABA therapy
Group 3-hour sessions help you child develop the school readiness, communication and social skills they need to have to be able to be successful in a school setting. This service is only offered at our Southfield and Clinton Township locations.
Weekly training sessions are available to our families in order to teach them how to apply the skills their child has learned in ABA therapy. These sessions can be in person or through Virtual Care.
Child Psychiatric Services/Speech-Language Pathology
Participating children are able to incorporate speech-language therapy and psychiatric care into their treatment. These providers partner with our families and the ABA therapy team. This collaborative effort is unique to the Henry Ford Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD). These services are available at all ABA therapy locations.
Virtual Behavior Management Training
Caregivers can participate in weekly training sessions with our experienced BCBAs from the comfort of their own home with an Internet connection. Caregivers are trained on the principles of ABA through a structured curriculum that is taught to the caregiver so they can learn the skills and apply them at home.
Behavioral Feeding Therapy
Our experienced BCBAs and behavior techs will teach children who are very picky eaters how to eat different foods.