Pieces of Wonder Center for Behavior Services
Has your child been diagnosed with autism? We can help. We provide early intervention for young children and offer a full range of ABA services.
The interventions we provide use evidenced-based practices, rooted in the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), for children up to the age of 6 who have been recommended for intensive ABA services.
Early intervention can impact multiple areas of a child’s life including communication, social skills, academics, and behavior challenges. At POW each child works one-on-one with a trained therapist on individualized goals that focus on developing these skills so that the child can participate as fully as possible with his or her family and community.
We believe in customizing intensive ABA therapies so that the interventions meet the individual needs of each specific child. Each child will have the opportunity to participate in individual therapy time, small group activities with peers, and activities of daily living.
Licensed staff which includes BCBA-D, BCBA and RBT professionals.
Diagnostic evaluations, VB-MAPP and Functional Behavior Assessments.
Customized ABA services to meet individual needs.
Treatment goals address:
- Functional life skills
- Play and social skills
- Decreasing problem behaviors
- Training for family members
Morning and afternoon sessions are offered Monday through Friday.
We do our best to help families coordinate schedules that work best for them.
Most major insurance covering ABA therapy is accepted:
Accepted Providers include:
- United Healthcare
* Other insurance may be accepted. Contact us to determine coverage by your service provider.
The Pow Center in Maryland provides autism services for families in the counties of Harford, Cecil, Baltimore and beyond.
Contact Information:Kristen Colyer, M.S., BCBA, LBA
Director of Children’s Services
Mid-Atlantic Human Service Corporation
501 Granary Road – Forest Hill, MD 21050
Phone: 410.836.7700 Ext. 1701
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