Therapy That Works

It boils down to three things: Our approach, which is unique to us. Our Staff, who is screened and hand selected. And our facility which is state of the art and offers a great environment for children with Autism

Our Approach

Get the most out of therapy by making it enjoyable. We make Intensive therapy fun in a classroom setting with other children. Learn More >

Our Staff

Who are screened and individually selected. Experience + warmth and you’ve got a puzzle place expert who can make your child shine.  Learn More >

Our Facility

Our state- of-the-art facility is a great place to visit. Come to learn more about us and see if its the right place for your child. Learn More >

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Your Child

Where Every Child Fits

Preschool

Ages 1-5

Preschool

Ages 1-5


A full day ABA program for children with Autism ages 1-5.

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If you have any questions about how to help your young child with Autism, we are here to help.

732-994-7899

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Come and visit us to see if The Puzzle Place is a fit for your child.

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Buzz at the Puzzle Place

Read our articles and join us at events to learn more about Autism

Best Toys to Use as ABA Therapy Tools for Children with Autism in Tinton Falls

Toys are engaging and offer children a chance to learn important skills through play. Their simple design and attractive sensory characteristics help hold the attention of children with Autism and become effective teaching tools when used under the guidance of an Applied Behavior Analyst or ABA therapist. Good toys help kids work on communication and motor coordination as well as build social skills

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ABA Therapy Tips for Asbury Park Families to Use at Home

Children with Autism learn and grow through Applied Behavior

Why Parent Training in ABA Therapy for Monmouth County Families is So Important

Children with Autism may benefit from Applied Behavior Analysis

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The Puzzle Place

A Playful Approach to Serious Therapy