Overland Park, Kansas – ABA Therapy
Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Mollie Richert, MA, BCBA, LBA-OK, LBA-KS
About Our Overland Park Location
Our ABA services in Overland Park, Kansas, offer comprehensive support and specialized care for individuals with autism. Located in the vibrant community of Overland Park, our center is dedicated to providing exceptional ABA therapy to help individuals achieve their full potential. With a team of experienced and compassionate therapists, we utilize evidence-based practices to address a wide range of developmental goals, including behavior management, communication skills, and social interactions. We understand that every individual with autism is unique, and our personalized programs are tailored to meet their specific needs. With a family-centered approach and a focus on fostering independence and enhancing quality of life, our ABA services in Overland Park are committed to making a positive and lasting impact on the lives of individuals with autism and their families.
Programs Offered at Overland Park, Kansas
Clinic based services
Children grow more independent in a safe, caring, and comfortable environment by playing with peers, practicing and learning social skills, communication, daily living skills, and school-readiness.
At Cultivate, we know that lasting and meaningful change comes when we engage the entire family. All families receiving clinic, home, or community based ABA services also receive caregiver training sessions as part of the treatment plan. These trainings allow us to equip you with the tools to support your child and provide your child with consistency throughout their entire day, not just when they are in therapy!
Insurances Accepted at Overland Park, KS
- United Healthcare
If you do not see your insurance listed, please contact us to inquire.
Overland Park, KS ABA Therapy Services
Our expert clinical team in Overland Park will create a robust, custom-tailored program for each child that employs a range of ABA therapy strategies. Our program is designed to enable skill-building and new behavioral patterns for children with autism.