Autism Service Provider & Beyond (ASPB) Therapy Pathways

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

We are behavior analysts with specialized training in child development. We specialize in providing services to the pediatric population, including children participating in the Illinois early intervention program. We understand the necessary building blocks to create a solid foundation for learning and engagement. We focus on a combination of focused teaching and natural environment training through play. Additionally we emphasize a family system approach, empowering parents to assist their children in attaining their maximum potential.

We provide in-home and center-based treatment developmentally focused treatment. Our center is an intensive program for children prior to entering first grade. It is highly structured in effort to prepare the children for success in their home school district. There is a combination of one on one instruction for behavior skills acquisition, interaction with peers, and natural environment training and generalization. In addition to early intensive behavioral intervention we also provide education and support groups for the family.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • N/A
  • Private Insurance


800 W 5th ave
Ste. 104
Naperville, IL 60563
United States



(630) 548-0749



Kiya Olson

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