First Behavioral Pediatric Care is an organization dedicated to helping young children with behavioral, communication, and social challenges grow and succeed so they can participate as fully as possible with their families and communities. At First Behavioral Pediatric Care, we provide a comprehensive, integrated multi-disciplinary center dedicated to the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of young children with developmental disabilities from the ages of 18 months to 10 years old. We are guided by our core mission to support children with special needs and to always achieve beyond their abilities. By using our evidenced-based practices our team of professionals partner with each family to develop and implement an individualized therapeutic plan for their child.
We combine a variety of therapies including aspects of speech and language therapy, fine and gross motor therapy, sensory integration therapy, socialization with peers, developmental play skills and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy. Our caring, carefully selected, qualified, and multilingual team are specially trained to address the needs of the children and families with whom they work by focusing on discovering the child's unique potential – adaptively, cognitively, socially and behaviorally.
We provide the highest level of clinical expertise to facilitate significant and sustainable improvement for the individuals and families we serve.
At First Behavioral, parents are involved in every aspect of therapy. When it comes to your child, you are the expert and united we work together towards the future.
We believe and focus our programs on each child's unique potential seeking to understand their own cognitive, social and behavior profile.
We support our community by providing continuously support, learning and enjoyment through our programs and staff.
Feeding & Sleeping
We specialize in feeding and sleeping issues such as food selectivity, food refusal, obesity, bedtime resistance, delayed sleep onset and bedwetting.
We customize the therapeutic plan for each child to meet his/her needs and incorporate the priorities of his/her family.