About Our ProgramsOur families choose D.A.S.I. because of the care and specialized services we provide. Indiana families are realizing the benefits of therapeutic intervention and our programs are tailored to fit each child and family's specific needs.
Establish early learner repertoires including communication, imitation, social, receptive listening, toileting, eating, motor skills, etc.
Establish intermediate learner repertoires such as increased communication, social, play, imitation, receptive listening, toileting, cooperation, eating, fine and gross motor, classroom readiness, visual perception, self- help skills, etc.
Establish and enhancing advanced learner repertoires such as conversational, social, play, leisure, academic, transition and adaptive skills, self-help skills, etc.
Establish and enhance transition, generalization and independence skills such as daily living/self-help, vocational/prep, advanced social, leisure, wellness, adaptive, etc. Our program focus on social integration by teaching children/individuals to successfully respond to a variety of materials, people, and social settings/situations. We focus on fading support as students become more successful across environments and people.
Decrease problem behavior across settings and replace with socially acceptable and socially appropriate behavior.
Under these programs, which offer intensive intervention based on the principles of applied behavior analysis and verbal behavior, your child receives one-on-one attention through an experienced team so your child can succeed and grow. Our programs make a meaningful difference and establish social opportunities to improve quality of life for children and families.
Individualized Treatment and Programs for Students and Families
D.A.S.I. provides home, clinic, school, and community based ABA and Speech services to children, adolescents, and young adults with Autism. We enjoy working closely with families, educators, and others in each student's social network. We help build social networks for our clients in order to meet each child's individual needs.
Building a Strong Foundation
- Communication/Language Skills
- Social Skills
- Early Learning Skills
- Cooperation/Compliance Skills
- Independent Daily Living/Self-Help Skills
- Toileting Skills
- Daily Routines - Morning, Daily, and Evening Routines
- Play and Leisure Skills, Independent and Group Skills
- Fine, Gross, and Oral Motor Skills
- Eating/Dietary Skills
- Academic Skills, Computer/Typing Skills
- Transition Support - Preparation for School and Community Transitions