Explore Ally Pediatric Therapy’s North Phoenix Location
At Ally Pediatric Therapy, we believe a huge part of learning and growing is having fun! Our team of expert clinicians utilizes a play-based, child-led approach to ABA therapy that harnesses the unique interests and motivations of each child.
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Our approach to therapy is unique to other practices. We heavily incorporate the child’s interests and motivating factors into teaching moments through a play-based, child-led approach to therapy. Keeping the sessions enjoyable for each and every child we serve is important to us so that they are motivated to keep learning.
We also integrate the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy with speech-language pathology to address challenges with speech, communication, and feeding.
Passionate People Who Care
Every employee is trained in ABA and Speech principles, ensuring a comprehensive treatment plan that reflects the unique needs of each child.
We leverage a collaborative approach that utilizes the expertise of clinicians within Applied Behavior Analysis and Speech-Language Therapy to maximize progress and minimize setbacks.
Fun & Individualized Treatment
Every child and family is unique. We get to know you to develop a fun, engaging, and individualized approach to treatment that will enable growth. We think the best way children learn and grow is by having fun!
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Our team will set up a time to discuss your family’s unique needs, and help you navigate the process of obtaining the best services for your child. We understand the stress that can come with finding services for your child and we want to support you in any way we can throughout this process.
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At Ally Pediatric Therapy, we strive to provide the best therapy to the children we support. We believe, and research supports, that an integrated, evidence-based treatment approach is the most effective way to help our clients reach their full potential. Our team always puts the child first.
Using the expertise of our ABA and speech professionals, we create a unique treatment plan that addresses each child’s developmental deficits. Our collaborative approach extends to treatment delivery, where teamwork is embedded in how we operate, and clinicians share strategies and reinforce progress across all disciplines.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a systematic process based on principles of learning theory and is used to make meaningful changes to behavior. ABA is considered best practice for the treatment of autism and serves as a foundation for all the services provided by Ally Pediatric Therapy. Many facets of your child’s behavior can be improved, including but not limited to:
- Challenging Behaviors
- Play Skills
- Self-help Skills
- Feeding Skills
While ABA is commonly associated with autism therapy, its applications are much broader. ABA is also used successfully with other childhood diagnoses as well as typically developing children and adults. Research has shown that broadening the scope of ABA beyond the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder increases collaboration with other professionals and yields positive results (Matson & Nebel-Schwalm, 2007; Ross, 2007).
The objective of each ABA session is to work towards mastery of each objective listed on the individualized treatment plan. ABA sessions can include a variety of teaching methodologies including, but not limited to, Pivotal Response Training (PRT), Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT), Natural Environment Teaching (NET), behavior management, crisis intervention, etc. These teaching methodologies allow information to be presented in a systematic manner, providing more opportunities for your child to learn skills.
Our unique treatment approach combines the expertise of speech-language pathologists with evidence-based treatment methods based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Speech-language therapy sessions are conducted by an SLP or speech-language pathology assistant (SLPA) based on an integrated plan of care developed by the licensed SLP. A speech-language plan of care is based on a comprehensive evaluation conducted at the onset of therapy to determine diagnosis and treatment and is signed by the child’s physician, and shared with parents. Comprehensive evaluations are conducted annually. Therapy sessions may include remediation of speech, language, feeding and/or social skill deficits.
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