Improving accessibility and development for all ages.

CA innovates change by modeling and replicating best practice services in inclusive settings. Services include:

01.

Diagnostic Assessments

  1. Comprehensive diagnostic assessment for children and adults for whom a diagnosis of autism or another pervasive developmental disorder is suspected.
  2. Led by Dr. Donald Oswald, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist and internationally acknowledged expert in the field of autism., the Diagnostic and Assessment Clinic is designed to provide direct services as well as to offer a training experience for students and practitioners.
> Learn more about Assessments.

02.

Behavioral Health Services

  1. For early learners between the ages of 2-6 with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder or other developmental delay
  2. Individualized intervention occurs in an inclusive preschool setting and focuses on social engagement, functional communication and other developmental skills
  3. Low student to staff ratios with supervision by licensed behavior analysts
  4. Services may be covered by your health insurance.
  5. Licensed by the Virginia Department of Social Services
> Learn about insurance coverage.
> Program Calendar

03.

Special Education

  1. Private day school for participants ages 12-21 who typically have a diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder, and may have a speech-language impairment or intellectual disability
  2. Curriculum focuses on functional areas including social/communication, daily living, vocational with instruction in core curriculum subjects
  3. Placement and programming is guided by each student’s IEP, with ASOLs and VAAP assessments utilized as appropriate
  4. Intervention occurs at our facility and in community settings
  5. Low student to staff ratios with supervision by licensed teachers and behavior analysts
  6. Licensed by the Virginia Department of Education
> Contact us for more information.
> Program Calendar

04.

Residential & Community Supports

  1. For adults 18 years or older with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder or other developmental disability
  2. Participants must be actively seeking employment or gainfully employed, volunteering,
    and/or enrolled in post-secondary education.
  3. Intervention occurs in residential and community settings and is supervised by Master’s level clinical social worker and emphasizes increasing independence in the following:
    • Career exploration and development
    • Economic self-sufficiency
    • Community integration
    • Household responsibilities
    • Social competence
    • Personal care
    • Health/wellness
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