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 >

Services for
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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After School

Ages 6-10

After School

Ages 6-10


After school ABA therapy for children ages 6-10. Children are integrated in our Social Skills Group

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Social Skills Group

Ages 5-10

Social Skills

Ages 5-10


Social group therapy directly teaches and practices any specific social skills a child may be struggling with.

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Mommy & Me

Ages 2-5

Mommy & Me

Ages 2-5


These sessions are open to both neuro-typical children as well as children with special needs.

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Summer Camp

Ages 6-10

Summer Camp

Ages 6-10


Activities such as sports, crafts and field trips, while implementing ABA therapy, with an emphasis on social skills.
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Buzz at the Puzzle Place

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

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One of my favorite things to do is to find a single toy or object and see how many targets we can address with it. I've involved the awesome therapists

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The Puzzle Place

A Playful Approach to Serious Therapy