RICHLAND, Wash. - The Children’s Developmental Center launched a new program specialized around children with autism and their families through one on one therapy sessions.
The center has been serving children for 40 years.
One behavioral therapist says parents can expect their children to be served as a whole using the new program.
"We'll be working on communication skills, social skills, daily living skills like toileting, shoe tying and many different sensory things for the children to be exposed to,” Behavioral Therapist Haylee Carnes said.
Washington River Protection Solutions donated $14,000 to the new analysis behavior program earlier today, and six children will be served Monday through Thursday for two hours a day.
For more information on how to enroll your child you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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