Developing Minds Treatment Center

UPDATED: September 11, 2019

Developing minds respects and understands that autism is a neurophysiological disorder that affects both an individual's brain functioning and the development of a healthy sense of self. One cannot develop a strong healthy sense of self-based on the accumulation of skills or by simply displaying compliant behavior. We empower and support parents and others so they may construct optimal learning environments wherein they are able to transform their relationship between individuals with autism and the world around them. We're committed to staying curious. Our team is uniquely qualified to meet the complex and ever changing needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their families. Working directly under Dr Steven Gutstein (founder of RDI®) for the past 6 years as part of the dynamic intelligence development team, we've spent time intensively reviewing and understanding the latest research. We put research into practice.

  • Languages:
  • depending on interpreter availability
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • No Insurance Accepted


Developing Minds Treatment Center
1760 Bass Road
Suite 101
Macon, GA 31210
United States






Allison McCaskill

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