Autism Intervention Milwaukee, LLC

Autism Intervention Milwaukee, LLC

UPDATED: November 19, 2018

Autism Intervention Milwaukee, LLC offers a full array of diagnostic, treatment and supportive services for your child.

Evaluations are conducted by our psychologist or licensed clinical social worker to determine diagnosis and plan of care. Diagnostic appointments will include structured interview with parents, clinical observation of and engagement with child, review of outside therapy or medical records, and consultation with Birth to Three providers, teachers or daycare staff. Formal assessment of cognitive, language and adaptive skills may be recommended if not yet completed elsewhere. Parents will also be asked to complete standardized inventories as will the clinician.

Applied behavioral analysis (ABA) is conducted in the home setting for 30-40 hours per week. Methods utilized are evidenced based, and designed to optimize success, confidence and fun. Therapy sessions are typically 2-3 hours long, and arranged around the family schedule. Family members are encouraged to receive training from our staff so that skills are generalized in the child’s natural environment more quickly. Services can alternatively be provided in a daycare setting if needed, provided that at least several sessions are also conducted at home.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


Autism Intervention Milwaukee, LLC
2645 N Mayfair Road
Suite 130
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
United States






Ben Becker

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