Beaumont Children's offers specialized autism intervention programs to provide education, support and resources for dealing with your autistic child. These specialized intervention programs include:
The P.L.A.Y. Project Program
The P.L.A.Y. Project provides training and support for individual families of children with autism from eighteen months to six years of age. Trained P.L.A.Y. Project clinicians present parents with autism
intervention techniques that are effective and useful in day-to-day speech and language interactions with children.
Ted Lindsay Foundation HOPE Center
The Ted Lindsay Foundation HOPE Center offers state-of-the-art, evidence-based autism intervention
services for children and families. All services are managed by board-certified behavior analysts.
CARE is a center-based, intensive behavioral treatment program offered at the HOPE Center. We treat preschool children who have been diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, for 15 hours per week. Our goal is to use autism intervention techniques
and procedures of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to help children gain social, communication, play and self-help skills so that they can achieve a higher quality of life and function more independently.
The Ted Lindsay Foundation HOPE Center's Facebook page keeps families informed of all our upcoming events.