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Autism Treatment Center of America - The Son-Rise Program

Last Update:12/12/2017
Address:2080 S. Undermountain Road
Sheffield, MA 01257
County:Out of state
Phone:(413) 229-2100
Toll Free:(877) 766-7473
Fax:(413) 229-3202
Since 1983, the Autism Treatment Center of America™ has focused on providing innovative training programs that teach The Son-Rise Program to parents and professionals caring for children challenged by Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) and other developmental difficulties in order to help maximize the growth of each child.
Program Description

The Son-Rise Program places the parents as key teachers, therapists and directors of their own programs and utilizes the home as the most nurturing environment in which to help their children.

The Son-Rise Program believes that a respect and deep caring is the most important factor that impacts a child's motivation to learn, and love and acceptance is at the core of every teaching process.

The Son-Rise Program builds on this foundation with highly effective educational techniques and strategies for designing, implementing and maintaining a stimulating, high energy, one-on-one home-based, child centered program.

The Son-Rise Program offers a variety of week-long training programs for parents and professional including:

  • The Son-Rise Program Start Up
  • The Son-Rise Program Maximum Impact: Advanced Training
  • The Son-Rise Program Intensive
  • Individual Consultations and support calls by highly trained Son-Rise Family Trainers.
  • The Son-Rise Program New Frontiers: Advanced Training, Languages Spoken: English ** However we work with families' from all over the globe through the use of interpreters, thus language is not a barrier for you learning our program.
Fees differ according to the program you will be attending. Financial aid and scholarships are available.
Parent Education/Training
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