When clinically appropriate, MAC can provide ABA, group skills, and family skills supports in the classroom or school setting with a plan to fade out as the student builds skills. This model provides inclusive, natural environment therapy, allowing the student to remain at school with peers.
Partnering in the classroom allows the school and therapy provider to collaborate and provide coordinated supports between the client’s ITP (Individualized Treatment Plan) and IEP (Individualized Education Plan) in the least restrictive environment, the child’s school. Our clinical team works in partnership with the school district and teachers to build a structure that meets the specific needs and goals of each school team. Our support can be brief as part of a transition from MAC to a client’s home school, or longer-term as part of an ongoing school partnership providing therapy at school rather than a separate setting.
MAC offers observation, consultation and training to support educators looking to get a clinical perspective on how to improve ASD related outcomes in the classroom.
We provide Family Skills training that allows families to learn key Trauma-Informed ABA supports, Positive Behavior Intervention, and Safety-Care crisis intervention methods they can incorporate into their everyday environments.