Everyday I am privileged to watch the relationship between parents and their child on the autism spectrum develop. Watching the developmental process unfold in these children is nothing short of miraculous.
– Terri Sikkema, M.Ed.
We believe that making lasting, meaningful and lifelong changes begins at home with the child’s parents first and that the remediation process should take place amidst each family’s unique culture and relationships.
We teach parents and primary caregivers how to break down and then gradually rebuild complex dynamic processes by carefully and systematically orchestrating the presentation of dynamic intelligence objectives within day-to-day interactions embedded in daily routines and activities thus building memories of competence and fulfillment and increasing motivation to engage in our complex world.