"You have BRAINS in your HEAD, you have FEET in your SHOES, you can steer yourself any direction you CHOOSE!"
~ Dr. Seuss
Direct Intervention (1:1)
Direct (face-to-face) intervention is delivered in a clinic or home environment by a trained behavior therapist. A detailed program is created based on the initial assessment and parent interview. Goals may range from functional play to potty training. Ongoing data is collected and shared with the family to ensure appropriate progress.
Social Skills Groups
These groups are lead by a trained behavior therapist and includes some time with typically-developing peers along with those with special needs. Placement will be determined both by age and by an individual needs assessment. Family members will be given take-home activities to support lesson objectives.
Direct training for parents and family members are provided by a highly-trained Bridges staff member. Workshops are individualized based on the specific needs of the client and training topics include behavior management techniques in the home and community.