Educational, behavioral, pre-vocational and vocational programming is individualized and is based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) methodology. Community integration and functional adaptive skills are a vital component of the learning activities that are incorporated with the youth. Data collection and assessment are an ongoing process and are essential to objectively analyze outcomes for all students.
Programming is based on Rethink Autism and the Utah Early Childhood Core Standards through the USOE. We use evidenced based practices included in the National Autism Center’s National Standard Report such as discrete trial training, reinforcement, incidental teaching/naturalistic teaching strategies, task analysis, visual supports, schedules, prompting, modeling, time delay, video modeling and social narratives to teach children new socially significant behaviors, skills and concepts.