Nevada Autism Center: Compassionate about serving your child's needs
Located in Las Vegas, Nevada Autism Center seeks to become a prominent part of the community. NAC will become the gold standard of local ABA centers, with a special focus on children first, billing second. We want our referral and intake process to be seamless and timely so that each family can get started as soon as possible, regardless of insurance hiccups.
Our center features approximately 4,000 sq ft and we have a modern, state-of-the-art gymnasium and great space for one-on-one therapy, social skills groups, and group play.
Our team is comprised of the most caring, compassionate, and educated behavior analysts, technicians, and staff members. Nevada Autism Center focuses on creating a safe and fun environment for kids without the typical focus on billing that one might find at larger centers.
Our goal is ethical treatment that is focused on the kids’ needs and data-driven, proven interventions. You’ll find the highest standards of care at our center while also enjoying the cozy, family-focused environment offered to our clients and their families. Our center focuses almost primarily on in-clinic therapy, though there are occasions when beginning with in-home therapy would be more appropriate.
After determining ABA therapy is the right choice for you and your family, one of our experienced Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) will reach out to begin the assessment process. The assessment will begin with a parent interview designed to help guide the rest of the individualized assessment process.
Parents will be asked questions about their child’s daily routine, strengths, weaknesses, likes and dislikes, and any noticed patterns regarding their child’s maladaptive behaviors (screaming, biting, hitting, throwing, self-injurious behavior, etc.). This helps our professionals get to know your child as much as it aids our working relationship moving forward with your child’s therapy!
After a review of the treatment plan, your child’s ABA therapy start date can be determined. During this time, your child’s BCBA will train a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) to implement your child’s ABA program with fidelity. Upon conclusion of the program introduction sessions, all staff will be fully trained on both the behavior plan and skill acquisition goals for your child. Program introduction will likely take 3-6 sessions depending on the complexity of programming and the size of your child’s team.