Applied Behavior Analysis

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the leading approach to creating significant positive behavior change in children with autism.

Our kids receive daily one-on-one therapy sessions from Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs), carefully supervised by our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs).

Our BCBAs have one of the lowest caseloads in Austin, which means every one of our kids gets the attention they need.

Speech and Occupational Therapy


Part of our mission is to help kids with ASD lead fulfilling lives. Speech and occupational therapy provide the tools to be as independent as possible. But finding time to schedule these sessions can almost be as difficult as finding the right therapist.

Let us save you the trouble. Our in-house speech and occupational therapists mean you don’t have to drive across town from clinic to clinic.

Swim Lessons


Learning how to swim helps kids build confidence, burn energy, and stay safe. There are even more benefits for children with autism — from honing motor skills to practicing instruction.

We’ve partnered with Amy Linkous of Swim for All to teach our kids how to swim. Lessons will be held throughout the week at our indoor pool.

Family Support


We do everything we can to help children on the spectrum. But we know autism affects the entire family — and it affects everyone differently.


We offer training for parents, siblings, and any other loved ones who advocate for children with autism. We also provide counseling to help families build stronger bonds with one another, including an on-site parental support group. Because growing up in happy, healthy homes will help our kids go even farther.

Fun Activities


We believe ABA therapy can (and should) be fun. So we’ve partnered with organizations across Austin to let our kids play throughout the day.


Activities can include martial arts, music exploration, sensory dance, and many more. But no matter what we do, we’ll make sure everyone has fun.

Peer Model and Transition Program


Socialization is essential for the healthy development of any child. But it’s even more important for children with autism. We’ve partnered with nearby schools to let all of our kids learn from each other.


This practice will help pave the way for mainstream education. We believe that learning side-by-side with typically developing students will give them even more opportunities to make the lives they want.