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Welcome to STRIVE Center for Autism

We provide relief to families of children with autism by guiding them through four key skill areas using our unique Tree of Possibilities approach. We know how overwhelmed parents of children with Autism can be when thinking about everything their child needs to grow. We provide relief to these families by breaking down all the skills a child needs into four areas: The Roots of Good Behavior, The Trunk of Daily Living, The Branches of Communication, and the Leaves of Social Engagement.

Valuing diversity is a critical success factor for the Strive Center. Diversity includes race, ethnicity, disabilities, sexual orientation, sex, gender, religion, culture, function, hierarchy, physical ability, physical appearance, language, lifestyles, and geographical origin. The Strive Center values and supports diversity within staff, families, and the community. It is mandatory that all Strive Center employees demonstrate the ability to promote the acceptance of peoples’ differences. It is also a necessary part of service delivery for all staff to be culturally aware and to competently provide services in a way that is adaptive to the respective needs and experiences that our families represent.contenttree.png

 

Tree of Possibilities

When a child struggles with skills our therapists use Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy to teach a wide variety of skills including language, academic and social.

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We start with HEART

When hiring our staff we use the 5 principles of HEART to ensure our staff has what it takes to serve our kids.

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School Readiness

Our unique school readiness program teaches your child the skills needed to be ready to for school. 

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Other Services

Strive Center for Autism offers a variety of other services to help meet the needs of the kids we serve.

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Valuing diversity is a critical success factor for all Strive Center programs. Diversity includes race, ethnicity, disabilities, sexual orientation, sex, gender, religion, culture, function, hierarchy, physical ability, physical appearance, language, lifestyles, and geographical origin. Strive Center for Autism values and supports diversity within staff, families, and the community. It is expected that all Strive employees demonstrate the ability to promote the acceptance of peoples’ differences. It is also a necessary part of service delivery for all staff to be culturally aware and to competently provide services in a way that is adaptive to the respective needs and experiences that our families represent. 

New Skills acquired
by our learners
last month

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New Skills acquired
by our learners
this year

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