Applied Behavior Analysis

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a form of therapy focused on improving behavior. ABA is always suggested for Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as several other disabilities. Regular ABA therapy paired with family involvement can be very successful in improving behaviors and enhancing life for those under the spectrum IAT is focused on providing the full package. Part of our goal is to not only improve behavior but understand the cause of it. Together with all our services ABA can truly do what it is designed to do and help you and your loved ones thrive.

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Speech-Language Pathology

Speech Language Pathologists are vital to understand the scope and impact of speech delay or disorder. Difficulty with language is not always a lack of ability to express thoughts and feelings. The cause may be a challenge with perception, understanding, or even cognitive communication and memory. At IAT we focus on the whole picture, striving to understand and identify the origin of the communication roadblock to help our clients navigate the world around them and learn to effectively express themselves.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy services include evaluation and treatment of an individual’s ability to participate in areas of daily living occupations at home and in the community. These areas may include feeding, dressing, grooming, work, play, leisure, sensory processing, community mobility, and social participation. Goals and strategies will be developed in collaboration with family and caregivers to work towards enhancing overall participation in desired occupations and quality of life.

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Feeding Therapy

Eating is the most complicated motor and sensory task we do. Successful eating requires all organs, all muscles, and all senses to work in unison, and your child's nutritional status and environmental factors play a big role. Studies have found that approximately 80% of the special need’s population has issues with feeding and approximately 5-10% of infants and toddlers have persistent and significant feeding problems. 25-33% of children around the world are classified as “picky eaters” at some point in the first 10 years of their lives. If your child is having difficulty with feeding, including refusal to eat, a restricted diet (picky eating), structured meal-times, grazing, and/or screen time during meals. Integrated Autism Therapies now offers a family-centered approach to address these and many other issues surrounding successful feeding. Our team of feeding therapists are made up of Speech and Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and Occupational Therapy Assistants. 

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Functional Medicine/Nutrition Coaching

The objective of Functional Medicine is to identify and understand the root cause of health conditions.  Functional Medicine dives deep and asks the question, why? Functional Medicine Certified Health Coaches are trained to work independently and to assist practitioners in caring for individuals with chronic diseases through diet and lifestyle changes. They are trained in basic principles of functional medicine, functional nutrition, and positive psychology; including developing plans and lifestyle changes, coaching, and stress reduction techniques.

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The Listening Program

Advanced Brain Technologies The Listening Program (TLP) is Music Listening Therapy. It is the practice of listening to acoustically modified music specifically created to improve brain function. Advanced Brain Technologies has several services. The program we will use most with our ASD clients is their evidence-based program, Spectrum.

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is pure oxygen therapy administered while resting in a chamber. It helps increase blood and oxygen flow to the body, aiding in healing wounds and infections. It also decreases inflammation, helps with acute and chronic pain, as well as treating neurological degeneration and oxygen deprivation. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is used by athletes for recovery and to strengthen their performance.

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Parent/Family Training

Our family-focused service offers comprehensive parent training and health education to support families dealing with sensory issues, social interactions, and de-escalation techniques. We provide tailored workshops and one-on-one coaching sessions, designed to empower parents and caregivers with the tools and strategies needed to enhance their child's developmental experience and foster a supportive home environment. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to guiding families through the complexities of sensory sensitivities and social challenges, ensuring every family member can thrive.

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Education / Private School

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Kids World

Integrated Autism Therapies & Kids World Academy

We are excited to announce another integration of services that will be offered to families here at the clinic. Kids World Academy will be offering an academic program here at the clinic for families that would like to have more of a specialized education program for their student. Families can apply for a tuition scholarship directly through Kids World Academy.

Our Mission

To Utilize Each Child’s Strengths to Educate, Create and Nurture in a Safe Environment.

The Tomatis Method 

The Tomati Method is a drive to the prediction system. In the passive phase, through music treated with special contrasts, the brain attempts to decipher the effects of changes. In the active phase, the subject provides a tone that is automatically corrected by the device. In response, it naturally adjusts the sound of his own voice to match what he perceives. For this pur- pose, the mirror neuron of the spoken language area are directly requested. In this ® way, the Tomatis Method can help people whose disorders are characterized by delays and alterations in cognitive development, communication and social interaction like autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and behaviors sometimes associated with it: Asperger syndrome, sensory processing disorder, or Down syndrome.

The Listening Program

TLP’s approach gently trains the auditory system to accurately process sound. When auditory perception is distorted—whether through illness, injury, developmental or other challenges—auditory processing problems can lead to academic, emotional, cognitive and social challenges, including problems with the following:

  • Attention and concentration 
  • Listening
  • Speech and language
  • Memory
  • Communication
  • Social skills
  • Reading 
  • Sensory integration 
  • Self regulation 
  • Physical balance and coordination 
  • Vocal performance and musical ability


Brandon Francis (Mr. Brandon)

Brandon FrancisBrandon has a Masters degree in Early Intervention, Birth-Pre-k and K-12 in Special Education from The University of Utah & Grand Canyon University. His focus for the last 20 years has been working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. He also provides regular support to Early Intervention and Head Start programs. He has volunteered his time and opened a Special Education School in Kati, West Africa. He enjoys playing percussion instruments and helping families adapt their homes or purchasing a new one with the accommodations needed through his real estate business.

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