University of Memphis Autism Treatment, Training and Research Clinic
At the University of Memphis Autism Treatment, Training and Research Clinic our team of licensed Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA’s) and graduate students utilize practices of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to make positive changes in the behavior and life of children we serve and their families and caregivers.
The UofM Autism Treatment, Training and Research Clinic:
- Works in an interdisciplinary team model where feedback from caregivers, school and other stakeholders play a major role in deciding on short and long-term goals for each child to assure their success across different settings.
- Offers parent and caregiver training to provide families with tools and methods that may support them at home and assure consistency in taught skills across different settings.
- Provides consultation and valuable resources from experienced therapists to help siblings and parents learn how to manage stress as well as offer counseling to monitor and support the wellbeing of the family. These services are provided in the clinic and at the child’s school.