Whether you’re seeking a diagnosis or hunting for resources and support groups, parents of children with on the Autism Spectrum have lots of options in Wichita! These are the services providers, athletic organizations, and support groups recommended by ASD moms in our neighborhood groups!
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Autism Resources & Services for Wichita Families
Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of people with autism and their families.
A blog for online networking, support, exchange of information, and news about upcoming events for high-functioning young adults on the autism spectrum and their parents.
The Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Clinic provides individualized assessment and treatment for individuals diagnosed with or suspected to have ASD. The model presented represents an eclectic approach to treatment that allows for a program to be designed that best meets the needs of the individual client.
The Arc of Sedgwick County makes a difference in the lives of individuals and families living with intellectual and developmental disabilities. For 60 years, The Arc has promoted their general welfare, fostered the development of programs on their behalf and increased the public’s awareness and acceptance.
Brain Balance Program efficiently works on improving developmental delays with your child based on the areas where they find the greatest need. Academic activities, sensory motor training, and dietary guidelines are included in each child’s individualized plan. They believe that these activities are valuable in developing an integrated, whole-child approach to helping children overcome the challenges of Asperger Syndrome.
Erin Is Hope Foundation, is a not-for-profit organization offering speech, occupational, and physical therapies for children of all ages.
Families Together, Inc. is the Kansas Parent Training and Information (PTI) & Family-to-Family Health Information (F2F) Center. 501 (c )3 non-profit organization that provides support and information for families of children, from birth to age 26, with disabilities and/or special health care needs. Programs are offered at no cost to families, and are available in English and Spanish.
As part of the Independent Living Resource Center, Greater Expectation’s mission is to become a catalyst for growth and opportunities for individuals ages 15 and up on the autism spectrum and other developmental differences. Personalized visions and goals are developed by using evidence-based practices and a team approach with parents/caregivers.
Heartspring’s CARE Clubs offer a wide range of social skill-building opportunities. The goal at CARE is to help children and teens with ASD learn valuable skills necessary for social and emotional development. Each of the clubs is tailored to fit the individual needs of the participants.
Private tutoring for students by a licensed teacher certified in Autism instruction.
Direct Applied Behavioral Analysis services are available for young children diagnosed with autism. This service uses behavior analytic approaches to teach a wide variety of communication, social, self-care and cognitive skills to children with developmental issues. Services are generally provided one-on-one in the home and community environment. All services are provided by a registered behavior technician under the direct supervision of a board certified behavior analyst.
Serving children with Autism in the Wichita area through ABA Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Parent Training & Consultation.