The Behavior Exchange's doors are open all summer long. Come join us!
We offer individualized, early-start therapy and education programs for
children of all abilities and ages. Whether your child needs one-on-one
sessions, group therapy, or real-life situational training, our highly
trained ABA therapists can help them reach their full potential.
If your child has attention deficits, autism, language delays, behavior
issues, learning differences, or any other type of special needs,
The Behavior Exchange can help. Using therapy and techniques of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), our
staff has been improving the lives of children and their parents for nearly 20 years.
We offer the following Summer programs:
- Behavior Exchange Early Start (B.E.E.S.)
The Behavior Exchange Early Start program, nicknamed B.E.E.S., is designed
to give your child the foundational academic and social skills they need
to transition smoothly into school and reach their full potential. B.E.E.S.
is structured like a pre-school or kindergarten, but with a theme-based
curriculum that's unique to The Behavior Exchange.
From circle time and centers to music and art, you're child will soar
in their learning and connections with friends. As a B.E.E.S. graduate,
your child will be equipped with all the tools they need to successfully
complete school activities and interact with their peers.
- Social Skills Groups
Lasting friendships start with strong social skills. The fun and engaging
group sessions at The Behavior Exchange are specially designed to address
your child's social needs and put them on the path to making fulfilling
Our unique curriculum involves active teaching of social skills, combined
with fun and age-appropriate activities that help children build skills
through the natural course of cooperating and interacting with others.
Science, art, music, academic enrichment, technology, and gaming activities
are all used to motivate and engage students.
- One-on-One Therapy
One-on-one therapy is designed for children who display problem behavior
and lack necessary compliance and cooperation skills to participate in
our group sessions. Focus is on communication and language, functional
and independence skills, motor skills, visual performance and working
memory, early learning and academic skills, and reading and writing. Extensive
emphasis is also placed on the development of social skills.
As a child makes progress in one-on-one therapy, they will be introduced
to either our Behavior Exchange Early Start (B.E.E.S.) program or our
Social Skills Group (for older, school-aged students).