Autism and Early Intervention
Zoe Migel - Founder
Services in English and Spanish languages are provided.
Behavioral Therapy supports the child and his/her family in a playful, developmentally appropriate clinic setting. During behavioral therapy, the child and family will develop skills and strategies to reach their highest potential.
Adaptive Skill Building
Adaptive Skill Building supports the child’s development of life skills. These sessions often occur in the family’s home or community settings.
Therapeutic Play Group
The Therapeutic Play Group supports a child’s skill development in the context of a group setting with peers. The intervention is play based, developmentally appropriate and individualized to meet the needs of each child.
Parent/Caregiver Support Group
The Parent/Caregiver Support Group provides an opportunity for parents and caregivers of children in services with Bright Futures to share struggles, experiences and expertise.
Screenings, Advocacy and Resources
Screenings for children younger than 5 are available if there is concern about a possible diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.
Advocacy support is provided through trainings, consultation and participation in key meetings such as IEPs.
Information regarding resources specific to autism spectrum disorder can be accessed by contacting Bright Futures.
Community Outreach and Education
Trainings specific to autism are available throughout the year.
Individualized trainings tailored to the needs of a specific group are offered upon request.
Please contact Bright Futures for more information.
Bright Futures' mission is to ensure positive outcomes for young children with autism by advocating for and providing home, community and clinic based services that support the needs of each individual child within the context of his or her family and community.
Bright Futures offers a menu of services to educate, inform and empower. Services such as individual and family therapy support the development of skills and strategies to ensure children reach their potential. Parent and Social Skills Groups build a strong community and lasting friendships. Education, Outreach and Advocacy increased access to best practice interventions for all: no matter where they live, what there resources or where they are on the autism spectrum.
Business Category: Children