ABA Therapy for Kids in Hudson
For Children on the Autism Spectrum
If you have a child in Hudson who is on the autism spectrum, Peak Potential is a great fit for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy. As a parent of an autistic child, you understand that children with autism learn differently than their peers because they lack some of the skills that are needed to acquire and process basic information. ABA therapy was created to address these differences and get these children on the path to lifelong learning.
Our Center for ABA Therapy
Hudson, our facility is located in Northfield and we believe that it will be a great fit for your child with autism. Our location has many special benefits including a gross motor room, a sensory regulation room, and individual treatment rooms, among others.
Another feature that makes Peak Potential Therapy special is that every child has one-on-one instruction with a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) if the child is in the ABA therapy program. Additionally, each of our tutors is either in the process of becoming an RBT or is already an RBT. Although becoming an RBT is a lengthy and difficult process that other facilities may not require, we see the value in it and know that it provides additional benefits for your family.
Our Outstanding Team
The team at Peak Potential Therapy is special for a couple of reasons. As mentioned earlier, every ABA therapist and tutor is RBT certified. Each member of the Peak Potential Therapy staff is CPR certified. Additionally, we have BCBAs that are on-site for the large majority of our open hours to provide assistance to our tutors/RBTs. The BCBAs are also available to make program adjustments that will be beneficial to the child.
Our Flexibility for Your Family
You know as well as we know that one curriculum does not suit each child. This is why we make sure we evaluate each child before deciding what mix of our curriculums will be best for your son or daughter.
In addition to our flexibility with our curriculum, we also offer scheduling flexibility. We know that you are busy and that certain times are not good for you or your child. That’s why we make ourselves available between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. To provide your child the best education possible, it is recommended that he or she has at least 20 hours per week for a full-time behavioral program.
Homeschoolers, we understand that you can feel isolated which is why offer activities for your child that promote inclusion and social interaction. We also have resources at the ready for you if you homeschool.
At Peak Potential Therapy, we want to see your child reach his or her full potential. Get in touch or stop by, and let’s see what we can do for your child.