It is our mission to cultivate a nurturing and individualized learning environment to each and every individual we serve. We partner with individuals and their families affected by autism to improve their quality of life using applied behavior analysis. It is our mission to help every family, especially families in needs or with limited resources, to be a voice for themselves, to experience quality care, and to feel comforted because they know we have helped.
Functional communication is the way to break down barriers to a child’s independence. This means communicating wants and needs and when socializing with others.
Children on the autism spectrum often have difficulty recognising and understanding social cues and therefore do not instinctively learn to adjust their behaviour to suit different social contexts.
Children with autism have many of the cognitive difficulties seen in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Safety awareness skills include but are not limited to the following: safely crossing the street, avoiding situations that may cause harm to oneself or others, “stranger awareness,” fire safety skills, and knowledge of community signs
Interfering behaviors are any set of behaviors that cause harm to self or others, impede learning or are disruptive in daily life functions.
Self-care skills for autistic children include personal hygiene, cleaning, handling money and dealing with the outside world.
It's important to help kids with autism improve their play skills, because play is a foundation for learning.
Central Care Services Staff teach clients to fulfill their potential through applied behavior analysis (ABA). We celebrate all strides a client makes whether that be writing their name, putting their backpack away by themselves or giving their Parents/caregivers a hug for the first time. Central Care Services staff provide treatment through Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Intervention (EIDBI) services.Learn More
Caregiver/Guardian participant involvement is a key component of our treatment services. Consistent implementation of procedures across caregivers and environments is important to ensure effective and successful treatment. Frequent contact between our Behavior Analysts/Specialist is necessary to ensure consistency and integrity of our treatment plans and to relay important participant information. It is important for family members and participants to provide input regarding treatment goals, outcomes and procedures.Learn More
The Health Resources Services Administration defines telehealth as the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration. Technologies include videoconferencing, the internet, store-and-forward imaging, streaming media, and terrestrial and wireless communications.Learn More
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Through variety of resources available, many ethnically diverse groups are unaware of the many challenges in identifying autism spectrum diorser.
We are beyond thrilled for the grand opening of Central Care Services Inc. It is our mission to help every family, especially families in needs or with limited resources, to be a voice for themselves, to experience quality care, and to feel comforted because they know we have helped.
Central Care Services Inc. is extremely proud to announce the launch of our first Autism Center here in the Twin Cities, MN. It is our vision to be the modeled agency for providing a state-of-the-art autism treatment service in Minnesota.