Services are provided nationally as well as internationally.
Autism Interventions and Resources is a Nonpublic Agency (NPA#1A-30-121), certified by the California Department of Education to contract with school districts to provide behavioral design and implementation services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental disabilities (e.g., Mental Retardation). We are also vendored with Regional Centers in California and provide ABA services to eligible Regional Center consumers ages birth to 13.
Anahita Renner, MA, Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Clinical Director and founder of Autism Interventions and Resources, has over 15 years of experience delivering ABA services to children on various levels of the Autism Spectrum and other developmental disabilities.
She is passionate and devoted to helping these children reach their potential by delivering services that teach them necessary behavioral, educational, social, communicative, and adaptive living skills using behavior analytic methods.
The mission of Autism Interventions and Resources (AIR) is to provide high quality services in the development and supervision of ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) programs for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental disabilities.
The intensive behavioral modification programs incorporate methods of:
- Functional Assessment of Behavior
- Discrete Trials Therapy
- Verbal Behavior
- Pivotal Response Training
- Social Skills Training
- Natural Environment Training
- Generalization Training.
In addition, specialized programs are developed for individuals who need
- Visual Programming
- Picture Exchange Communication System
- Augmentive Communication Devices.
Behavioral and multidisciplinary assessments are utilized to design and implement effective individualized programs using positive behavioral strategies that will optimize the child's level of independence in life.
The philosophy of Autism Interventions and Resources is that children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental disabilities have an incredible potential to significantly improve their condition once an appropriate treatment plan is in place. A multidisciplinary approach, requiring parent involvement and collaboration amongst professionals, is necessary to ensure the development of a intervention that will provide each child an opportunity to achieve at his or her individual potential.
Autism Interventions and Resources will make this effort to ensure collaboration amongst parents, school districts, and other treatment providers to develop an appropriate treatment plan that functions in the best interest of the child.