Fraser offers the following services to children with an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis. These services may be covered or partially covered by private health insurance and Medical Assistance. Contact your insurance provider to determine your individual coverage.
ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) — an intensive 1-1 therapy involving discrete trial and natural environment training. Fraser offers up to 40 hours per week for children up to 7 years old
Autism Behavioral Aide Services — one-on-one intervention to help children, teens and young adults practice the skills that have been targeted by treatment planning.
Autism Case Management — helps families of children and teens on the autism spectrum navigate the complex social service system and access services to support their success.
Autism Consultation and Training — consultation and training with schools, agencies and direct care staff to help improve understanding of autism and develop appropriate intervention programs and strategies.
Autism Day Treatment — helps children ages 2-6 years old develop adaptive coping, problem solving, and social skills so they can regulate their emotions and behavior across settings.
Autism Home Services – intensive treatment for children with autism spectrum disorders in their home and community. Requires a minimum of 3 hours per week and relies heavily on family participation to prompt successful adaptive functioning. (Formerly known as our FACT program)
Autism Individual/Group Skills Training — helps children, teens, and young adults, ages 2 – 21, develop daily living skills and improve interaction at home, school, and in the community on a 1-1 basis. Group skills training is for children and teens to build social skills and coping strategies in the context of a group.
Autism Therapy Services — individual, group and family therapy sessions with licensed psychologists and mental health practitioners with a focus on social emotional regulation, and psychoeducation regarding diagnosis.
Behavioral Interventions — integrated into all service areas and adapted according to developmental level, skills and needs of individual.
Early Beginnings — an interactive, play based therapy for young toddlers (12-48 months old) who demonstrate communication, sensory and/or learning difficulties.
Feeding Therapy — evaluation and treatment to help children manage or overcome common feeding difficulties.
Group Social Skills Training — group skills training for children and teens to build social skills and coping strategies.
Home and Community Supports — includes in-home family support, respite care, and personal support for children, adolescents and adults.
Learn Talk Play — an innovative small group rehabilitation program for children with social communication and emotional regulation needs.
Occupational Therapy — evaluations and treatment that improve children's fine and gross motor skills, self-care, and sensory integration.
Parent Child Interaction Therapy — for children and parents 2-6 years to improve relationships and teach parents skills to manage behavior issues using a highly structured, evidenced-based, standardized program.
Partnership Program — provide support services that are not traditionally covered by county or state program funding and are often provided by unpaid family caregivers.
Person-Centered Planning — capturing what is important to a person receiving services in order to maintain or improve his/her quality of life.
Physical Therapy — play and functional activities that improve children's mobility, motor development, posture, strength, range of motion, balance, and coordination.
Speech-Language Therapy — play and structured activities that improve children's language and communication skills, articulation, social communication, eating and swallowing.
TEACCH Consultation — structured teaching model of intervention developed at the University of North Carolina.
Visual Consultation — assists families of children with autism spectrum disorders in designing visual supports and environments.