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Little Stars & Rising Stars
Our little stars room is for clients ages 18 months to 6 years old. The environment is enriched with age-appropriate toys, games, puzzles, and other activities that can be used in meeting client goals, promoting appropriate social interactions, and reinforcing good work and appropriate behavior.
The rising stars room is designed for ages 7 to 16. It is full of age-appropriate toys, books, puzzles, and activities that can be used in meeting client goals, promoting peer interactions, and reinforcing work and behavior.
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Reinforcement is a vital part of behavior modification, so we have a game room available for fun activities, pairing with staff, and enjoying time with peers! In this room, we have a TV and a Wii gaming system with lots of games appropriate for various ages, a PacMan arcade style game, and more to come!
Our facility has a fully functional kitchen, complete with a dish washing sink, stove, and double ovens. Here, we can teach important daily living skills, such as cooking meals, washing dishes, and kitchen safety.
Being completely fenced in, our outdoor space gives plenty of room to get some energy out. Lone Star is currently equipped with a fenced in trampoline, green house, and swing set for both little stars and rising stars. Little stars has a smaller fenced in area for the
The dayhab room is the largest room in our facility and is set up for our adult clients. In this room, they can work on social skills, participate in group activities, and engage in skill building activities.This room also has a projector so the clients can engage with dancing, workout, or activity videos, watch movies on designated days, or listen to music.
Many individuals diagnosed with autism have difficulty processing various sensory stimuli. They can become easily overwhelmed by loud sounds, constant activity, bright lights, or any other of a number of things in the natural environment. A sensory room is an excellent way to help children learn to manage these types of sensory processing issues. It is designed as a calm environment with dim lighting that provides access to many types of sensory toys and activities, such as a swing, a soft crash pad, water beads, and kinetic sand. We are constantly working on and adding to our sensory room to make it a reinforcing area of learning and calm.
The life skills room is designed to teach functional vocational skills to older adolescent and adult clients. Stations are set up to teach grocery stocking, gift card sorting, mail sorting, hanging and folding clothes and towels, appropriately making a bed, setting the table, and rolling silverware. Further stations and tasks are always being added with the goal of teaching and developing skills that could be useful in a work environment.