Paradise Valley Clinic
Directions to Our Paradise Valley Clinic:
Our Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) office, Suite E-146, is in the center of the Mountain View Medical Plaza, located at the intersection of Shea Boulevard and Tatum Boulevard. If entering from Shea Boulevard, you should drive past the building immediately to your right upon entering and park to your right after passing the row of covered parking spaces. The walkway between the two buildings opposite the covered parking spaces leads to our entrance. If entering from Tatum Boulevard, proceed through the Plaza until you see the double row of covered parking spaces. Turn left before passing the covered spaces and you may park in the uncovered spaces to your left.
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.
- Challenging Behaviors
- Play Skills
- Self-help Skills
- Feeding Skills
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.