Grand Opening Event
Join us as we celebrate the grand opening of our new Autism Center Expansion!
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Features of the new ABA Center
- A full-size playscape where they can play with other children and develop physical and social skills.
- An indoor park with a road, crosswalk, and curbs where they can learn to navigate the real world safely.
- A classically trained chef with a commercial kitchen who will provide individualized lunches based on dietary needs.
- A functioning village where they can experience a coffee shop, smoothie shop, soup and sandwich shop, pet store, gift store, grocery store, dollar store, police station, post office, dentist office and salon. It will be ideal for natural environment learning.
- A water room, music room, and art room where they can work on related sensory issues as well as enjoy reward time for a job well done.
- A variety of different room sizes so kids can transition to new environments as their skills progress.
“A great thing about Oxford Recovery Center is that we collaborate with so many other services. We have Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, medical staff, we also have Neurofeedback Therapy, as well as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, all under one roof. ABA Therapy intertwines with all of these services, including a specialized lunch program. That big collaborative approach allows the client to get everything they need within one setting. With our new building coming we’re going to be able to offer a lot of cool opportunities for programming with our clients.”
This place is the absolute best for autism. They have given my son a whole new trajectory in life. Truly remarkable. Their staff are experienced professionals who have lots of care and compassion for what families face. This was the 3rd autism program we tried after two failed miserably. This place is probably one of the best in the country.
“We’ll have all kinds of opportunities to target behaviors from being on a playscape, to practicing in a dentist or salon chair, ordering coffee, or going to a dollar store. Everything in this environment will mimic what it looks like in the community. There are curbs, there’s a walkway, we’ll have kids with bicycles and scooters navigating the environment here so that it will make them more successful in the natural environment. The indoor playscape was built to allow them to play with other children and to be more successful when they are playing elsewhere, like a local park or playground. Those are just some of the features that we have that will help to make our children successful.”