Parents

Day Treatment Center

Day Treatment Center

Our in-clinic services are designed to change lives through therapeutic education. Learn more about full and part time options. Read More
Therapy Services

Therapy Services

Customized therapeutic solutions to meet your unique needs. See what we have to offer. Read More
Educational Services

Educational Services

No one size fits all approach here. Our educational services are customized to your child. Start your learning journey today. Read More
Vocational Training

Vocational Training

We believe individuals with ASD can be gainfully employed and contribute to their communities. Get started today. Read More
Respite Care / Parent Support

Respite Care / Parent Support

Need a break? Trust us to care for your child. Read More
Outdoor Rec

Outdoor Rec

Looking for resources? We're here to support you. Read More
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Our mission is to change lives through therapeutic education and to help parents navigate Autism. We partner with parents at every step of the journey, as specialists in Autism and other developmental delays.

Our goal is to give parents hope - for your child, your family and the future.

We walk along the difficult journey with you, from diagnostic and assessment services and helping you understand what a diagnosis means, to understanding your treatment and education options, to developing strategies to best support your child, to providing direct services. At the end of the day, we want to help families make the best choices for their children. If we are not able to provide what you need, we will help you learn about other options or service providers who can.

Whether you’re just beginning your journey, or you’ve been walking the road for a while, if you’re looking for a change, check us out. It might be the best decision you’ve ever made.

Looking for Services? Contact us today!

“[NSA] changed our child and family's trajectory” ~ Former NSA Parent

  • We really like that [NSA]…..focuses on sensory integration which other organizations are ignoring. You all do activities that feed that [child’s] sensory need. You all truly understand the autistic child in ways that other ‘schools’ do not. [Our child] now answers yes and no questions. This is huge! Before, we did not even know if he understood anything we said to him because he never responded. You all truly understand the autistic child in ways that other ‘schools’ do not.   Read More
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