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At Bierman Autism Centers, parent engagement is key to each child’s journey to becoming lifelong learners. Our core pillars emphasize the importance of communities and families working together towards shared goals. Each child’s treatment plan is designed around an initial assessment and the families goals. We believe this commitment ensures kids become confident and empowered lifelong learners.

Every child is unique and therapy should be personalized for each child. Our team sits with all families to perform an initial assessment and learn about the family’s goals before their child begins therapy. The team then develops the therapy plan around these goals. During a child’s time at Bierman, we always prioritize and promote open communication between families and our team of dedicated RBTs, SLPs, OTs, and BCBAs. We understand that progress is a team effort, and we strive to involve families every step of the way.

But engagement with families isn’t just about success at Bierman – it’s about creating a more inclusive and supportive community for everyone. By working together, families and communities can positively impact the lives of children diagnosed with autism and their families.

At Bierman, we are committed to creating a warm and welcoming environment for the whole family. We host community events and free support groups for siblings of children with autism and encourage families to participate in their child’s progress and the wider community.

We believe autism parent engagement is crucial for creating a positive and supportive learning environment. The team here at Bierman is honored to work with families and communities toward this shared goal.

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Interested in learning more about our services? Contact start@biermanautism.com or call 800-931-8113.

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