Early Intervention

About Vista Early Intervention

The First Clinic-based Program in PA for Children with Autism

Vista Early Intervention is play-based therapy for children 12 months through 6 years of age with autism. Through this program, your child will explore important skills that are essential to their development, including: communication, sensory exploration, and positive behaviors.

What is Vista Early Intervention?

Vista’s Early Intervention Program is a state-of-the-art Applied Behavior Analysis therapy for young children with autism. The program engages a child in a playful context to improve a range of pro-social behaviors, build meaningful connections between the child and caregivers, and decrease undesirable behaviors.

How Does Early Intervention Operate?

Research suggests that treatment is most effective with a 1:1 therapist to child ratio with sessions filling 20 to 35 hours per week. Our facilities operate year round, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.

What Techniques Are Used?

Vista Early Intervention therapy takes place in a play-based setting where appropriate language and social skills are cued and rewarded.

What Does Vista Provide to Parents?

Our commitment to parents is to provide effective behavior intervention, parent training opportunities, real-time access to web-based charts of your child’s progress, as well as collaboration with other service providers.

 

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Get the Enrollment Process Started Today

The earlier therapy begins, the more effective it will be.