Skills for Autism CARD Skills Elearning

Leading the Way in the Successful Treatment of Autism
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) is one of the world's largest organizations using applied behavior analysis (ABA) in the treatment of autism spectrum disorder.
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Manhattan Office

14 E. 109th St.
Manhattan, NY 10029

Driving Directions


New inquiries: (855) 345-2273

Email: info@centerforautism.com


SPEAKERS AT OPEN HOUSE


Sarah Cho, LCSW, BCBA - CARD & Bob Epner - David Arthur Foundation


DIRECTIONS TO OPEN HOUSE


By bus:
M1, M2, M3, M4
Get off at 110th and Fifth Avenue or 108th and Fifth Avenue
M106
Get off at 106th and Fifth Avenue and walk three blocks north to 109th Street


By subway:
Take the #2 or #3 subway to 110th Street/Central Park North stop and walk one block east and one block south
OR
Take the #6 Lexington Avenue train to 110th Street and walk west to Madison Avenue and then south to 109th Street


Clinical Supervisors are experts in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Clinicians offer individualized supervision to each client using the most effective technologies and practice to date, while providing ongoing training to CIS Mentors. Certified CIS Mentors are trained in data collection procedure used to make informed data based decision as well as behavior management.


CIS (CARD Integrated Services) for Adults
CIS is a unique day program for adults on the autism spectrum. The newly added adult curriculum covers every component of adult life with goals and objectives developed and ranked to meet the adult’s short-term and long-term goals. CIS also offers hands on practice for general and/or specific vocational skills for adults that are preparing or ready to enter the workforce. CIS offers onsite internships for adult clients as well as off-site internships with or without support through community partners.


Center-Based Services
CBS provides on-site 1:1 ABA treatment for individuals of all ages on the autism spectrum. Clients are also able to practice socialization skills by interacting with peers and other adults at the center. There is an added convenience for the working parent as parents/guardians do not need to be present during CBS sessions. Additionally, clients are able to actively practice generalization of mastered skills across people, environments, time and stimuli while at the center.


OUR MISSION


CARD's overall purpose is to help each student achieve as much as they can and reach their maximum potential. CARD understands that students with autism and autism spectrum disorders (ASD) present unique challenges to education. By using research based and proven methodologies and an individualized curriculum, the unique needs of each student can be met. Through our assessment, curriculum, and procedures we can provide an environment to optimize the learning of our students and help them achieve academically, behaviorally, and socially. 


PHILOSOPHY


CARD'S philosophy is that children with Autism and Autism spectrum disorders should be treated through the use of applied behavior analysis. Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is a scientifically proven methodology with decades of research. By manipulating antecedents and consequences in combination with discrete trial teaching and other research proven technologies an optimum environment for children with Autism and Autism spectrum disorders can be created. CARD’s philosophy is also that each child with autism or an autism spectrum disorder is an individual and programming and techniques should be tailored to their individual strengths and weaknesses. 


OBJECTIVES


CARD's primary objective is to help each client attain his or her maximum potential in the least restrictive environment via behaviorally-based intervention. Each client’s program is individualized in accordance with the particular deficits and skills identified through assessment, as well as the maladaptive behaviors exhibited by the client. Skill deficits and maladaptive behaviors can be defined as those which impede an individual’s overall functioning and ability to learn. 

 

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