ABA, Speech, & Occupational Therapy
Everything Under One Roof
Serving Hillsboro, Beaverton, Portland, Oregon and surrounding areas
Due to Covid-19, we are offering IN home therapy.
“All children can learn and succeed, but not on the same day in the same way.”
-William G. Spady
Lindegard Therapy provides Applied Behavior Analysis, Speech Language Pathology, & Occupational Therapy services in Beaverton and Hillsboro, Oregon and its surrounding areas. At Lindegard Therapy, we know that all children can learn but that some children learn differently than others. For this reason, we offer treatment that is tailored to the individual and built on a solid family-centered platform. Our interventions focus on improving your child’s social, communicative and daily living abilities by creating a learning-rich environment designed to target these skill areas, while also maintaining an open and collaborative relationship with you as the family.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) aims to identify environmental variables that shape and influence behavior. Because Autism affects language development, maladaptive
behaviors such as frequent tantrums, aggression and noncompliance can arise.
Through analyzing and understanding these behaviors, ABA provides tools to help
families address behavioral difficulties while helping children learn functional language,
communication and social skills.
Whether your child has limited verbal skills, unclear speech, difficulties following
directions, or a restricted expressive vocabulary, speech therapy can address the
communication difficulties that are often at the root of problem behaviors such as
tantrums and aggression. For older children whose language is more developed, speech interventions can help address more subtle communication concerns.
Occupational therapy can help children across all areas of development including
physical, sensory, motor, social, emotional, and behavior. The goal of occupational therapy is to support health and participation in life through engagement in everyday tasks and routines. For children these daily living skills can include toileting, grooming,
eating/mealtime routines, education, play, and social participation.
Because there is no one-size-fits-all approach to therapy, each treatment and program plan may look very different – We customize our interventions to best fit your child and family’s needs.
Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)
Monitoring & Maintenance
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