ACT offers a wide variety of ABA service options to meet the needs of your family. Our program is as unique as your child. With both intensive and non-intensive in-home ABA therapy, our goal is for your child to learn and thrive in treatment and to enjoy the therapeutic process.
Early Intervention Autism Behavioral Therapy
Ongoing Autism Behavioral Therapy
Ongoing Intensive and Non-Intensive Adult Services including therapy, community, and employment support
Diagnostic and Assessment Services (Insurance Only)
Social Skills Groups
School Consultation Services
Verona, WI 53593
Autism 101 is a free workshop for parents, family members and caregivers of newly diagnosed children who are interested in learning more about Autism and the Autism Society of South Central WI. The session is led by members of our education committee who have children on the spectrum and consist of an overview of Autism followed by time for questions and answers.
Providing outpatient psychotherapy via online counseling for all ages and diagnostic assessment for ages 2+
Identity first, person centered outpatient psychotherapy and assessment that encompasses current best practices and client centered conceptualization
Diagnostic evaluations, applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment for autism, and social skills training. Our autism treatment programs are personalized to meet the individual needs of each child with most of our treatment taking place in the home in the child’s natural setting.
Diagnostic evaluations (age 6 and under), applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment for autism, and social skills training. Our autism treatment programs are personalized to meet the individual needs of each child with most of our treatment taking place in the home in the child’s natural setting. Fourteen Wisconsin locations and serve many rural as well as urban areas for in-home services. The treatment schedule and location will depend on the clinical needs reflected in your child’s authorized plan and the scheduling availability of both our team and your family.
559 Zor Shrine Place, Madison, WI 53719
2418 Crossroads, Suite 1600, Madison, WI 53718
519 Midland Ct, Janesville, WI
Diagnostic Evaluations: Evaluations may be performed when an autism spectrum disorder is suspected. Evaluations conform to the standards necessary to achieve eligibility for the state of Wisconsin's autism waiver funding. Evaluations available for children under 18 years old. [As of May 2022, CHATT is scheduling evaluations for February 2023]
Intensive Therapy: Intensive ABA therapy for children with autism as designed by the WI Medicaid (ForwardHealth) Behavioral Treatment program.
Non-intensive Consultation and Intervention: Dr. Ryan and/or senior autism specialists are available to consult with families who are have graduated out of the intensive phase of treatment or who have chosen a lesser level of intensity.
Functional Behavior Planning
We specialize in the treatment of children with sensory processing disorders, autism spectrum disorders, behavioral and social difficulties, developmental delays and feeding concerns. We believe strong parent/child relationships are fundamental to supporting children in their daily activities. By building a strong family foundation, children flourish and families grow together.
Providing diagnostic assessments for individuals 2 years old and up, and therapy for children and adults.
Often times we need help in discovering our strengths. Our mission is to help in the discovery, understanding, and/or enhancement of these talents. We do this by providing in-depth, personalized evaluations and treatments to care for the whole person.
Dr. Stubbs is an in-network provider for the following programs Comprehensive Community Services of Dane County (CCS), Children Come First (CCF), and Dean Health Plan.
Comprehensive psychological evaluations for autism, ADHD, and learning differences Get answers to your questions so you can move forward Using comprehensive, best-practice procedures, I can help answer questions related to developmental and learning differences including autism and ADHD for you or your loved one. Understanding whether different diagnoses describe parts of a person’s behavior and development can open up new ways for the person and others in their life to live, learn, and grow.
Diagnostic evaluations for:
Autism spectrum disorders in children and youth (ages 3 to 18)
Autism spectrum disorders in adults, 19+
ADHD in children and youth (ages 3 to 18)
ADHD in adults, 19+
Other learning disabilities/differences in children, ages 7 to 18
Other learning disabilities/differences in adults, 19+
Independent educational evaluations (IEE’s)
FamilyPath offers comprehensive behavioral early intervention services, using the Early Start Denver Model’s engaging, playful approach to naturalistic ABA treatment. The program also includes a practical, innovative curriculum for parents which allows them to learn strategies and techniques alongside the treatment team.
Madison, WI 53719
Finding Your Way: A Navigation Guide for Wisconsin Families Who Have Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs and Disabilities
This guide's purpose is to assist families who may have concerns or questions about their child's development or have recently received a diagnosis of a special health care need or disability.
Click on the website link below for the guide.