Our Services:

ABA Therapy, Speech & Language, Workshops, and Parent/Caregiver Training

We Help Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool-aged Children in the Primary Developmental Areas:

Fine & Gross Motor Skills
  • Hand-eye coordination
  • Dexterity
  • Balance & posture
  • Fine motor precision
  • Strength & endurance
Cognition & Language
  • Problem-solving
  • Cause-and-effect understanding
  • Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS)
  • Vocabulary and comprehension
  • AAC Augmentative and Alternative Communication device
  • Verbal Behavior
Adaptive Life Skills
  • Personal self-care routines
  • Dressing
  • Feeding
  • Brushing teeth
  • Safety skills
Social & Emotional Skills
  • Turn-taking
  • Sharing
  • Initiating interaction
  • Emotion recognition & expression
  • Coping strategies
Play & Attention Skills
  • Supervised play that encourages imagination
  • Duration & attention building activities
  • Interactive group games
  • Sensory play

Research shows that providing a child with Autism access to  Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy early on can change the trajectory of their development.

The growth and development that takes place during early childhood creates the foundation upon which lifelong learning is built. For a child with Autism, Early Intensive Behavioral Therapy (EIBI) during these early developmental years is critical, ensuring that these important building blocks are in place. At The Puzzle Place, we offer an EIBI approach, with ongoing support as the children age into the school system. Explore our services to determine what is most developmentally appropriate for your child. 

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI)

Age Group

1-6 years, focusing on foundational skills for lifelong learning

Key Focus Areas

Enhancing daily routines and effective communication. Promoting meaningful social interactions and motor skills development


Prepares children for a seamless transition into school and beyond within a nurturing environment.

Our Approach

Evidence-based practices tailored to maximize each child’s potential through personalized attention.

Age Group

3-6 years, targeting social skills, communication, play and independence in school-like settings

Key Focus Areas

Structured learning sessions combined with engaging activities. Building classroom readiness, peer interactions, and self-help skills.

Our Goal

Our Goal: To equip students with the necessary tools for educational success in a supportive setting.

Speech & Occupational Therapy

Age Group

1-6 years

Integrated Care

In-center Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) and Occupational Therapists (OTs) addressing communication and motor skills.

SLPs Focus

Enhancing communication from basic sounds to complex conversations in tailored 1:1 sessions.

OTs Focus

Personalized 1:1 sessions improving sensory integration and daily living activities.

Key Areas

Parent/caregiver education and empowerment through a supportive partnership between The Puzzle Place BCBAs and the parent/caregiver.

Comprehensive Strategies

Home and community support, behavior management and effective communication techniques, independence, and implementation of ABA principles in daily routines.

Supportive Partnership

One-on-one sessions, ongoing guidance, and occasional workshops for proactive child development advocacy.