The professionals at Ally Pediatric Therapy treat children with autism and other childhood disorders. Our services, which include applied behavior analysis (ABA), speech-language and feeding therapy, and occupational therapy, address symptoms common in children with autism, including: challenging behaviors, difficulties socializing and communicating with family and friends, and challenges with school and life skills.
Our team of expert clinicians works together to design and implement treatment plans customized for the unique needs of every child we support. We understand the impact that childhood disorders can have on children and their families, and we are driven to improve the quality of life for every child we serve.
We utilize a unique approach to autism therapy – integrating speech, behavior and occupational therapy. We integrate the principles of applied behavior analysis (how to teach) with speech-language pathology and occupational therapy (what to teach).
Every employee is trained in ABA, Speech, and OT principles, ensuring a comprehensive treatment plan that reflects the unique needs of each child.
When employees collaborate, staff can reinforce what works best for each child across every discipline, maximizing progress and minimizing setbacks.
Outcomes matter. We work together because collaborating produces the best results for the children we support.
Our Mission: We help children with autism and other childhood disorders learn, speak, and grow in order to improve their quality of life and strengthen their relationships with family and friends.
We understand the impact that our work can have on the lives of the children we support, and we’re driven to deliver the highest quality treatment possible. We go home each day knowing we made a difference and think about how we can build on that tomorrow.
Working with therapists should help improve your family's quality of life, not complicate it. We are your ally in working toward this goal.
The right answer isn't always the easy answer. We focus on doing what is right for the child and family in order to improve quality of life.
We are continuously learning and further developing ourselves in order to deliver the best possible clinical outcomes to the children we serve.