Join us Saturday, April 6th from 10am – 2pm for a day of FREE family fun with games, activities, food and a time to get all your questions answered about autism and ABA therapy. This is the perfect time to get familiar with our center, attend Q & A sessions, and have the opportunity to meet our staff.
Our center for autism in Albuquerque New Mexico is a unique facility offering center-based therapy and classes. Autism Learning Partners is a resource for all families with children on the autism spectrum, offering services for both the children on the spectrum, their siblings, and parents. The goal of our center-based approach is to provide an environment for children on the spectrum to learn and build social skills and to offer training and counseling for parents and siblings.
We will also have a free raffle the day of the event giving away:
Are you a pediatrician, diagnostician, or professional who would like more information about referring clients or partnering with us? Visit our page for professionals.
We offer 6 hour classes for children 1 year old or older, Monday – Friday. The sooner a child on the spectrum receives ABA treatment, the better chance they will have for success later in life.
Working one-on-one with a licensed behavioral analyst, each child is evaluated for entry-level skills. Following the evaluation, we use best practices and evidence-based interventions for learners who exhibit social skills problems and other challenging behaviors. More specifically, we “match” our interventions to the strengths of a learner and the most critical behavior excesses or skill deficits exhibited by a learner. We believe that achievement in the domain of social interaction greatly improves the quality of life for a learner and we place a premium on screening, assessment, and individually tailored interventions.
Providing effective treatment to families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders requires the establishment of a partnership between treatment staff and parents. This partnership involves many elements, including effective communication, mutual respect, clear boundaries, and clearly defined roles. Although every treatment team member plays a role on the team, parents play the key role. They are the most important members of their child’s treatment team. While treatment staff will come and go, parents will remain the central axis of any treatment team.
Having a child on the spectrum can create a unique dynamic between parents, children, and their siblings. In our licensed support groups we invite families to join together and share their experiences with each other while receiving feedback and training from our licensed therapists.