Our Clinic

Our vision was to recreate a fun, functional facility that recreated your child’s natural environment as much as possible. We “brought the outdoors inside” to offer your child a safe environment to learn, play and thrive in to develop:

  • Social skills
  • Safety skills
  • Play skills
  • Gross motor skills
  • Communication
  • And more!

Take a look at what’s inside our fun-filled clinic (scroll away!!):

 

The Playground

It’s an outdoor playground inside! Kids love playing in the treehouse, monkey bars, climbing net and twisty slide. This is a great space to work on social skills, social gaming (hide-and-seek), turn taking, gross motor skills, overcoming fear and expanding language. Safety skills are taught with the help of a “street” going around the entire room complete with street and safety signs.

The Playground
Clouds

Clouds

Super fun, super stretchy clouds are used for sensory fulfillment or just a fun swing! The deep pressure calms the nervous system. It’s also been shown that an elevated surface produces more speech and engagement.

Rainbow Swing

The kids’ favorite! Perfect for kids with autism seeking out vestibular input. Being face to face increases engagement and works amazing on eye contact. Our rainbow swing is relaxing, calming and just plain fun.

Rainbow Swing
Zip Line

Zip Line

Watch your child fly across room on our zip line! Helps children take risks and request for help. Works also on low muscle tone and increases excitability, engagement and emotion.

Roller Coaster

Adjustable to many heights for kids of all sizes and skill levels. Works wonders on individual skills, group game dynamics and social skills.

Roller Coaster
Roller Coaster

Basketball

Adjustable to many heights for kids of all sizes and skill levels. Works wonders on individual skills, group game dynamics and social skills.

Rock Wall

All kids are safely harnessed on our very own rock wall! Excellent area to work on motor planning and overcoming challenges. Teamwork is strengthened when two climbers must work together.

Rock Wall
Soccer, Baseball, T-Ball

Soccer, Baseball, T-ball

Kids play fun sports while working play, body strengthening body, teamwork, sportsmanship and following directions. An ideal environment for children to learn how to tolerate loss and disappointment.

Road

A black track runs around our playground to look like a street road. Kids practice life skills like and learn how to stop, go and wait for the light. By having to stay within the road, children learn self-regulation and how to follow directions.

Road
Bikes

Bikes

Bikes are a plenty at BBT! Children acquire crucial safety skills by learning how to follow signs posted throughout the playground. Coordination is improved and leisure skills are developed.

Laundry Room

Children practice life skills and independent living skills. Sorting clothes helps children work on following directions.

Laundry Room
Multi-Use Treatment Room

Multi-Use Treatment Room

Used for 1-on-1 therapy sessions. Specialized attention helps to work on play skills and communication. Different size tables and chairs are provided to accommodate any size child.

Feeding Room

Here’s where we work on feeding skills, including independent feeding. Through feeding therapy, we help children overcome aversions to different foods or certain textures. Children can practice following visual and written directions. Actually cooking takes place for a real life environment.

Feeding Room
Spider Swing

Spider Swing

Ideal to work on sensory play and motor planning. Can be used individually or with a partner to help with pretend play and communication.

Blue Monster

Another favorite of our kids! They love to cuddle with it or lay on it. Kids can even lay underneath it for deep pressure sensory fulfillment.

Blue Monster
Sensory Slide

Sensory Slide

Helps elicit different reactions. Shows kids things can be done in different ways. Encourages communication by having children request this sensory slide over our regular slide. Going up and down the slide develops motor planning.

Ball Pit

Children can experience different movements. Also a great place to practice play skills like catching and throwing and reciprocal activity. This is one of our favorite rewards during our therapy sessions.

Ball PIt

The Playground

It’s an outdoor playground inside! Kids love playing in the treehouse, monkey bars, climbing net and twisty slide. This is a great space to work on social skills, social gaming (hide-and-seek), turn taking, gross motor skills, overcoming fear and expanding language. Safety skills are taught with the help of a “street” going around the entire room complete with street and safety signs.


The Playground


Clouds

Super fun, super stretchy clouds are used for sensory fulfillment or just a fun swing! The deep pressure calms the nervous system. It’s also been shown that an elevated surface produces more speech and engagement.


Clouds


Rainbow Swing

The kids’ favorite! Perfect for kids with autism seeking out vestibular input. Being face to face increases engagement and works amazing on eye contact. Our rainbow swing is relaxing, calming and just plain fun.



Rainbow Swing


Zip Line

Watch your child fly across room on our zip line! Helps children take risks and request for help. Works also on low muscle tone and increases excitability, engagement and emotion.


Zip Line


Roller Coaster

Great in teaching turn taking. Used as a reward to alternate between a high preference activity and low preference activity. The linear movement of the roller coaster also helps in calming and organizing.


Roller Coaster


Basketball

Adjustable to many heights for kids of all sizes and skill levels. Works wonders on individual skills, group game dynamics and social skills.


Basketball


Rock Wall

All kids are safely harnessed on our very own rock wall! Excellent area to work on motor planning and overcoming challenges. Teamwork is strengthened when two climbers must work together


Rock Wall


Soccer, Baseball, T-Ball

Kids play fun sports while working play, body strengthening body, teamwork, sportsmanship and following directions. An ideal environment for children to learn how to tolerate loss and disappointment.


Soccer, Baseball, T-Ball


Road

A black track runs around our playground to look like a street road. Kids practice life skills like and learn how to stop, go and wait for the light. By having to stay within the road, children learn self-regulation and how to follow directions.


Road


Bikes

Bikes are a plenty at BBT! Children acquire crucial safety skills by learning how to follow signs posted throughout the playground. Coordination is improved and leisure skills are developed.


Bikes


Laundry Room

Children practice life skills and independent living skills. Sorting clothes helps children work on following directions.


Laundry Room


Multi-Use Treatment Room

Used for 1-on-1 therapy sessions. Specialized attention helps to work on play skills and communication. Different size tables and chairs are provided to accommodate any size child.


Multi-Use Treatment Room


Feeding Room

Here’s where we work on feeding skills, including independent feeding. Through feeding therapy, we help children overcome aversions to different foods or certain textures. Children can practice following visual and written directions. Actually cooking takes place for a real life environment.


Feeding Room


Spider Swing

Ideal to work on sensory play and motor planning. Can be used individually or with a partner to help with pretend play and communication.


Spider Swing


Blue Monster

Another favorite of our kids! They love to cuddle with it or lay on it. Kids can even lay underneath it for deep pressure sensory fulfillment.


Blue Monster


Sensory Slide

Helps elicit different reactions. Shows kids things can be done in different ways. Encourages communication by having children request this sensory slide over our regular slide. Going up and down the slide develops motor planning.


Sensory Slide


Ball Pit

Children can experience different movements. Also a great place to practice play skills like catching and throwing and reciprocal activity. This is one of our favorite rewards during our therapy sessions.


Ball Pit
 

Day Program Classroom

This is where kids enrolled in our Day Program spend most of their day. It’s an intensive, 1:1, 25 hour/week program run by a lead RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) with multiple BCBAs consulting on a regular basis.

Circle time and a “cafeteria” helps with school readiness and social eating. The intimate atmosphere and personalized attention create a perfect environment for peer modeling and developing peer relations and social skills.

A sign in process and cubby system help children with structure and establish a routine. And to top it off, we have tons and tons of toys and books!

The program is for children ages 2-8, from 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM.
Learn more about our Day Program

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Boy Playing Pilot in Suitcase

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