Autism affects the entire family. Change takes commitment from us all. Understanding ABA and connecting the practice to all environments of a child’s life is key to progress and independence.
— Keystone Achievements

Autism affects family relationships.  Family dynamics are affected by so many factors; work schedules, single parenting, siblings, ages of siblings, blended families, economics, health, and the list goes on.  When autism comes into your life these dynamics are all affected.  The effects can have positive influences making the family stronger, closer, smarter, building new relationships, and greater appreciation of life’s joys.  Autism can also add challenges such as creating safe environments, entrusting others for care and advice, greater demand on your time, managing severe behaviors, medical needs, and many more tests of your fortitude.   LEARN MORE...

 

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ABA therapy includes

many areas of a child's

development

Many techniques have developed over time that are considered ABA.  No one method is suitable for all, nor are all methods suitable for one person.  We are all unique and require our needs being met with the right formula of teaching techniques and by teachers with compassion that are willing to embrace the challenges and successes.  Keystone Achievements uses best practices from various ABA methods to tailor programs to each child’s needs.   LEARN MORE...

 

How We Work

Embracing your child, your family, your journey

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Autism affects children and families to varying degrees.  No matter where your child is on the spectrum of autism, we embrace each family with the sincerest respect and care.  We build a relationship with you to form a trusted team to meet the entire family’s needs to improve your daily challenges with autism.

Your research into ABA has likely revealed a variety of approaches and tools used that all fall under ABA.  You may have also discovered through first-hand experience therapy has greatly varying degrees of intensity and quality.  The rapidly increasing rate of autism diagnosis has significantly outpaced the number of providers with services for children affected by autism from developmental pediatricians to ABA therapists.  As a result there are many individuals and organizations jumping into the field of autism.  As with all services and products, they are not all equally created.  What should you look for in the people you are entrusting with improving your child’s and core family’s lives?   LEARN MORE...