One of the Kids


UPDATED: February 25, 2020

Caring for kids with autism takes commitment — from therapists, from instructors, and from family members. But therapy doesn’t have to feel like work. We believe self-discovery is essential for development. And that drills are overdone. Basically, we let kids be kids. Our interdisciplinary treatment encourages kids to create, cooperate, and play in a natural environment — designed with relaxing spaces that foster exploration.

ABA is our foundation. We provide a naturalistic approach tailored to the needs of our kids and their families — targeting essential social skills that support continued growth. In conjunction with ABA, we offer speech and occupational therapy. We also incorporate play throughout the day, including swim lessons, music exploration, and martial arts. All of our teams work collaboratively to provide consistent, attentive care for every child. The more children enjoy therapy, the more they’ll want to participate.

Children on the spectrum can lead fulfilling lives. Imagine what your child will do with the right tools, the motivation to use them, and a vision of what to create.

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One of the Kids
2105 East Park Street
Cedar Park, TX 78613
United States



(512) 588-1362



Nina Carmichael

Our Autism Response Team (ART) is specially trained to connect people with autism, their families, and caretakers to information, tools, and resources.

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