Our mission is to provide quality and individualized treatment to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) as well as other related disorders. By collaborating with the family, and working together as a team, we can build a better future for the child and family. We are dedicated to helping children reach their fullest potential and enabling them to live productive lives.

Our Philosophy


Futures Behavior Therapy Center provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy to children who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other related disorders. ABA therapy early in life can increase the ability of the child to obtain language and expand their ability to learn. It can also reduce the future costs of special education and help families relieve stress. High structured environments can improve a child’s social, academic and self-help skills.

Our Staff


Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
The Behavior Specialist supports children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other disabilities by guiding and supporting the center team through use of effective behavior assessments, behavior strategies, positive behavioral support plans, data collection and analysis of behaviors. Our BCBA’s collaborate with the families, other clinicians, schools and outside of the center groups that benefit from their knowledge of the child and to gain knowledge of the child.

Speech and Language Pathologists
The Speech and Language Therapist (SLP) is a multi-faceted role encompassing individual therapy, group therapy, family and other outside of the center communications. The therapist will work with students who have developmental and social deficits in the area of expressive and receptive communication. Our SLP’s are in constant communication with families, caregivers, clinicians and other environments outside of the center to gain and give knowledge to support development.

Occupational Therapists
Occupational Therapists (OT) help people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other disabilities work through the use of common, everyday tasks. Usually working one-on-one with patients, OTs will watch how they do tasks ask questions and show the children how to use adaptive technology, demonstrate exercises to increase mobility, to use eating tools, and other equipment, or participate in daily activities. Occupational therapists are in contact with parents and caregivers, and outside of the center groups to passing along recommendations and progress reports.

ABA 1:1 Specialists
Our ABA specialist work in a fast-paced, dynamic, and often intense environment to provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment to children diagnosed with language, communication, behavioral and developmental disorders. The treatment is individualized to meet the needs of each child, and used to decrease problem and aggressive behavior as well as to promote skill acquisition. Behavior Technicians work in a team environment while working one-on-one with children carrying out programs designed by a Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), as well as communicate daily with parents.