Therapy Programs

We serve our clients holistically by focusing on social, emotional, and spiritual needs. We offer music therapy, recreation therapy, and behavior services to people with varying levels of disability. Each person receives individualized care from a specialist who helps them be successful at home, school, work, and in the community.

Behavior Services

The goal of this program is to enhance the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities and to increase their ability to be successful in all areas of their lives. Our Behavior Specialists conduct in-depth assessments and then develop positive support strategies shaped to cater to the unique skill set and needs of each person.


Our Behavior Specialists help train and assist families and Direct Support Professionals to implement the individualized strategies in a natural environment. This teamwork approach includes weekly consultations with our Consulting Psychologist and Psychiatrist to provide high quality, professional clinical services.

Behavior Services focus on:

Recognition & respect for each person’s strengths

Developing and teaching Proactive Strategies to deal with difficult behavioral situations

Empowerment & Assertiveness Skills

Choice Making and Problem Solving

Music Therapy

Music has a positive and healing effect for everyone. It’s a powerful tool that can stimulate, yet decrease anxiety and help center a person’s attention, opening the mind for increased learning. Musical rhythm stimulates and organizes muscle responses, helps improve physical skills, and promotes an overall emotional wellbeing.

Our music therapy promotes:

Easier learning through relaxation & increased focus

Improved muscle response & physical skills

Relaxation and decrease in physical pain

Emotional release & improved self-esteem

Recreation Therapy

Fun play and activities can improve physical, mental, and emotional wellness. Our Recreation Therapy program is implemented and managed by a certified therapeutic recreation specialist who assists participants in meeting their goals through games, sensory integration, role play, social activity, fine and gross motor activity, pet therapy, music and art interventions, and various other recreational opportunities.

The benefits of Recreation Therapy are:

Increased learning of adaptive recreation skills

Improved attention span, memory, perception, hand/eye coordination & orientation

Development of Leisure Skills

Improved Coping Abilities

Increased valuable life skills for successful integration into home, school, and community based activities

For questions or more details call Amy Flint at 317-744-5430, or click HERE to send her a message.