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Jumping Child

We recognize that every child is unique and our programs
are designed to celebrate
that uniqueness.

Therapy Services

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy
Increased learner communication, social awareness and interactions, acquisition of foundational learning skills, activities of daily living, emotional regulation, and more.

ABA therapy is a scientific approach to understanding and changing behavior that takes into account the learner’s environment to teach new socially important behaviors and reduce behaviors that are considered socially problematic. We provide intensive ABA therapy for learners in the home, community, and school environments with 1:1 Registered Behavior Technicians and ABA therapists with individualized learning plans and board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) oversight.

Music therapy
Increased learner communication, cognition, social inclusion, emotional regulation and expression, physical coordination, movement, and acquisition of musical skills.

Music can help make a therapeutic relationship with a learner to address cognitive, social, emotional, physical, and communication needs (American Music Therapy Association, 2021). We provide 1:1 and group music therapy with board certified music therapists (MT-BC’s) in a manner that incorporates learners’ desired locations, personal preferences, and abilities.

Speech therapy
Increased social communication, cognition expressed through speech, proper formation of sounds and words, improved swallowing functions, and feeding habits.

Through speech therapy, health professionals work to assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, feeding, and swallowing disorders in children and adults (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2021). We provide 1:1 speech therapy with speech-language pathologists (CCC-SLP’s) in a manner that incorporates learners’ and families’ desired locations and greatest needs with individualized plans based upon assessment and diagnoses.

Occupational therapy
Improved daily activity skills, recovery from injury or illness to regain skills, and improved cognition related to daily activities.

Occupational therapy helps individuals throughout their life to gain daily activity skills, to recover from injury, illness, or disability to regain skills, and to teach individuals how to live and function with changing cognition (American Occupational Therapy Association, 2021). We provide 1:1 occupational therapy with registered occupational therapists (OTR’s) in which the learner’s greatest needs are evaluated and the learner and family provide input for improvement of daily living skills.



Our Champions program supports young adults to foster independence and teach life skills with individualized targeted behaviors in mind. This program also supports learners in the school environment through school partnerships and provides learners and families with transition assistance for young adults to bridge the gap that often exists between high school and the adult world.


Our Pathways program supports teenagers and adults by providing them with the physical, mental, spiritual, and logistical assistance to effectively function within their homes and access meaningful activities in their communities.  This program also enables individuals to engage as independently as possible in their preferred places of work while fostering social and interpersonal skills to make lasting friendships and personal connections.


Our Lifeline program supports parents and caregivers by providing 1:1 and group parent education, trainings, and family support with board certified behavior analysts (BCBA’s) and behavior management consultants.

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