Happy Girl with Glasses

"Why fit in when you were born to standout"

~ Dr. Seuss

Developmental Disabilities

Muslim Mother and Son
Twins with Down Syndrome in Wheelbarrow
Disabled Athletes Playing Basketball
We help those with autism and other developmental disabilities fulfill their maximum potential!
 
We help them develop the life skills necessary to succeed in their homes, schools, and communities through our fun and playful intervention model.
 
We help with Life Skills
  • Interaction with Others
  • Identifying Their Safe People
  • Handling Money
  • Public Transportation
  • Cooking
and much more...
Services:
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Is a type of therapy that focuses on improving specific behaviors, (such as social skills, communication, reading, and academics) as well as adaptive learning skills (such as fine motor dexterity, hygiene, grooming, domestic capabilities, punctuality, and job competence).
Occupational Therapy (OT) We use sensory integration, movement, and play-based therapy to teach skills, including sensory integration, gross/fine/visual motor, sensory-motor, and social-emotional.We focus on play, independence, self-help skills, making friends, and succeeding in school. 
  • School: Depending on the needs of the student and the school district, these services include behavior assessments, needs assessments, teacher consultation, aide training, modification of curriculum, inclusion consultation, and social facilitation consultation.
  • Community: We are committed to helping individuals with autism reach their potential.  We provide increased independence, safety, socialization, and overall integration. 
Speech Therapy Services (English only at this time) 
Social Skills Training Social interaction is often a challenge. We work on play skills (e.g., turn-taking and pretend play), conversation (e.g., initiating and responding), and understanding social rules (e.g., how to be a good sport).
 
CPIS is committed to providing quality ABA services to help improve the lives of children and their families. 
Young Girl Painting
Man with Down Syndrome Playing Violin
Girl Playing Outside
Mixed Race Down Syndrome Class