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TheraPlay & Early Intervention

TheraPlay is a form of guided play through games, nurturing activities and developmentally challenging engagement activities. Sessions are done in small groups of 3-5 children and 3 specialists. 

TheraPlay Groups are directed by a practitioner on a verbal and non-verbal level to guide functional social interaction. Methods incorporated teach children how to self-regulate, improve social-emotional appropriated responses, balance behavior and practice communicative reciprocity.

EARLY INTERVENTION

Early intervention services are designed to meet the developmental needs of a child with a disability or developmental delays and the needs of the family to assist in the child’s development. The child will be assessed and an IFSP will be developed to address the needed goals of the child based on scores. Each session will include strategies to support your child's development. 

Stacking Blocks

ABA &

Therapy 

ABA Therapy is used to help improve a child’s social and communication skills, academic performance, gross and fine motor skills, and basic life skills so he or she can lead a functional and happy life. 

Occupational Therapy is incorporated into TheraPlay to increase fine motor, visual perception and cognition through everyday activities. Sessions focus on sensory play, hand skills, eating, self-care, social skills and play/leisure skills.

Speech Therapy is incorporated in TheraPlay to provide support in the area(s) of functional communication skills that may include: articulation, oral motor, expressive, receptive, and/or fluency skills. 

Kids in Preschool

Mental Health and Art Therapy!!!

Art therapy for kids ages 2-10 provides a variety of benefits and opportunities for emotional expression, development, and growth.  key aspects; 

1. **Emotional Expression:** Art therapy offers children non-verbal means of expressing their emotions, thoughts, and experiences through creative activities such as drawing, painting, sculpting, and storytelling. 

2. **Sensory Stimulation:** Engaging in art-making activities stimulates children's senses and enhances their sensory-motor skills. Children explore different textures, colors, and materials, which can be calming.

3. **Cognitive Development:**
Art therapy promotes cognitive development by encouraging children to use their imagination, problem-solving skills, and creative thinking abilities. 


4. **Social Interaction:** Group art activities promote collaboration, communication, and social skills development, such as taking turns, sharing materials, and expressing empathy towards others.

5. **Self-Expression and Identity Development: **
 Art allows children to express their unique personalities, preferences, and experiences, fostering a sense of autonomy and empowerment.

6. **Emotional *
Art
 activities can be soothing and calming, helping children cope with difficult emotions and experiences.



 

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Family Coaching

Family coaching techniques to help bridge the gap between parenting struggles and difficulties faced at different phases of child development. 

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Sensory Integration

Rearranging furniture, changing light bulbs or creating a personal sensory diet. Your child will receive the input they need to stay focused and retain information. 

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1-on-1
Special Instruction

Highly interactive developmental activities that avoids overstimulation and eliminates distractions. (5) Domain Development.  

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Community Support

Creating fun and meaningful activities in the community without meltdowns or overstimulation. 

Therapy Sessions
My Approach

All individuals are deserving of a life filled with prosperity and strong family relationships. It is our mission to reach out to families in order to help create and maintain a greater sense of understanding of development and create better family dynamics. We are committed to providing a  program of dedicated care and understanding of the needs of all individuals. It is our goal to make our services accessible to the broadest reach of people across race, religion, class, culture, sexual orientation, and ethnicity. We are also committed to the care and support of others, as we know that compassion must begin with ourselves.

About me

My passion to guide others to a life of prosperity began over 25 years ago. As a developmental specialist and mother of an Autistic child, I saw the disparities that life offered and the difficulties families faced with integration. I realized my experience was not limited to me but much larger than myself. I have the ability to make a difference. 

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Getting Help

We provide services in the clinic, home, school, community, and through telehealth. Creating personalized services that directly impact the lives of families is our specialty. We eliminate the multifaceted barriers that families may face when coping with challenging dynamics.  

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ASD

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ABA & Behavior Management

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Sensory Integration

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Family Coaching

Early Intervention

Special Instruction

Mental Health

Art Therapy

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Prosperity Support Services has changed my life. They taught me how to make small changes that impacted my whole family.

Robert .G. Age 47

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