Early Beginnings is an early intervention services program that provides individualized ABA therapy in an enriched social environment.
The program provides learners with the additional opportunity to work on classroom skills and learn with peers in an environment that prepares them for school. Contact Verbal Beginnings today to schedule a tour of our Center and receive a free consultation.
Early Intervention Services
What’s unique about the early intervention programs at Verbal Beginnings? Glad you asked! We believe that working with children with autism and other developmental disabilities in the earliest years (ages 1.5 – 6 years old) needs to focus on strong foundations that impact the whole self. For us this means all of the early skills like language, communication, independent play, and social skills. By structuring our program around these foundation elements, children are set up for success both in the classroom and out.
Early Intervention Specialists in Maryland, Pennsylvania, DC, Virginia, and Beyond
Since the earlier services are delivered the more likely the positive outcomes, the staff at Verbal Beginnings work together to assess and begin your child’s program as quickly as possible, no matter where you live! Our staff of BCBAs, RBTs, Program Coordinators, and other clinicians will work together on an individualized approach tailored toward your child’s specific needs.
Our Pledge of Care is focused on Delivering Compassionate Care Through Effective Treatment to help your child learn new skills, overcome challenges, and increase success in school and life. Together with parents, families, and our staff, we are changing lives!
Learners work 1:1 with highly trained professionals to develop skills in each of our core focus areas. Progress is closely monitored and programs are adjusted as each child acquires target skills.
Buddy Blocks presents opportunities to expand individualized learning to a small group setting. Enriching activities such as art, reading, outdoor activities and music are embedded into the agenda.
Structured Group Play
Structured group play sessions allow learners to develop fundamental skills related to peer interaction and cooperative play.