CARE Intervention and Assessment for Individuals and Families
CARE at the Haring Center directly supports individuals of all ages with neuro-developmental disabilities and their families by providing evidence based therapeutic, behavioral, and educational services. CARE works so that all members can reach their highest potential using a whole person/whole-system approach where staff work with the individual themselves, their family, community members, educators and related professionals. The goal of the work is for the person with neurodiversity to be able to create a meaningful, satisfying, and productive life by fostering social relationships, communication, academic and vocational skills, independence, self advocacy, daily living and self regulation skills specific to each individual.
- Individual Therapy with a focus on increasing the person’s emotional adjustment, self-concept, and empowerment at any level of functioning and increase positive functioning in social, adaptive, and emotional domains
- ABA Home Services include ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) programming, support with daily living skills, and community based programming.
- Parent Coaching to help parents decrease family stress and increase their child’s ability to reach their potential in social, emotional, and adaptive areas.
- Family Therapy to promote well being for all family members and to increase positive functioning for the affected member
- Family Consultation within home, school, and community. Topics of interest may include: development of behavior intervention plan, toilet training and other self-help skills, working with schools and childcare programs to provide effective support, assessment of child’s strengths and needs, teaching communication skills, and teaching play skills to facilitate interactions between parents, siblings, and peers
- Group Therapy for children and teens target skills such as: initiating and responding to peers, conversational skills, problem solving, self-regulation, executive functioning, associative and cooperative play, perspective-taking, and identifying nonverbal communication.
- For preschool and elementary ages, click here for more information
- For 9-11 year-olds, click here for more information
- For girls in middle school, click here for more information
- For teens, click here for more information
- Group Therapy for adults that increase clients’ empowerment by understanding their strengths and challenges, create and expand relationships & connections, cultivate positive self image
- Diagnostic evaluation
- Independent educational evaluations (IEE)
- Treatment planning
- Disability accommodation evaluation
- Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA)
- Person Centered Planning (PCP)
3945 15th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98195
Telephone: (206) 897-1603
Fax: (206) 685-7599