Rose Street Spectrum for Autism Counseling
Rose Street Spectrum is a locally established Applied Behavioral Analysis based intervention program. It is our mission to provide high-quality service to the families and their children diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is our belief that each child has a unique set of needs. Our goal is to provide each child with an individualized intervention program that addresses communication, social, and behavioral challenges.
Medicaid is not accepted at this time. Parent and/or guardian must use TRICARE or private insurance. Scholarships are limited and available on a short term basis.
Typical program duration:
- 18 months – 4 years old: 15-30 hours a week with intensive learning on language, social, and academic learning.
- 5 – 12 years old: Approximately 10 hours a week with focus on academic learning and social skills.
- 13 – 18 years old: Approximately 10 hours a week with focus on social skills, community involvement, and life skills.
MCR, BCBS-HMO and PPO, Tricare, and most Private Insurances.
- Clinic based
- Home based
- Parent training
- Seasonal programs
- Social Skills training