Lobby of the Blossom Children’s Center in Brighton, Michigan

Children’s Autism Center in Brighton, Michigan

Here at Blossom Children’s Center, we proudly serve the Detroit Metro, including the community of Brighton, by specializing in early intervention for children with autism or other special needs.

Our vision is for every child and family in the special needs community to be empowered on their journey to leading a fulfilled life, that is not defined by special needs.

Our mission is to provide the highest quality therapy in a collaborative environment for the optimal development of children with autism and other challenges through individualized, quality teaching and comprehensive support for families and the community.

We aim to be the premier special needs center for children in Brighton, MI, and beyond.

We felt very strongly about the need for a children’s center for special needs in Brighton, MI in particular. By offering tailored support and resources, special needs centers help neurodiverse children become active members of their communities. This can lead to more inclusive and diverse communities that value the strengths and potential of all individuals.

About Blossom Children’s Center

Blossom Children’s Center specializes in early intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder and other special needs. At our children’s autism clinic in Brighton, MI we use a comprehensive approach rooted in behavioral and developmental techniques that incorporate real-world experiences to prepare your child for life beyond our clinic.

The Blossom Method

As an interdisciplinary team, we bring together professionals from a variety of disciplines to fulfill all of your child and family’s wellness needs. The Blossom Team, at our children’s special needs clinic in Brighton, MI, values the fundamental role of family in their child’s development and we are dedicated to providing each family with individualized support and training.

Our specialized interdisciplinary approach utilizes the following services:

We believe that to see maximum potential and progress in your child’s therapy program, three evidence-based approaches are necessary:

  1. The Early Start Denver Model (ESDM)
  2. Pivotal Response Training (PRT)
  3. Direction Instruction (DI)

All three are proven approaches to therapy with children with autism and other special needs. We believe incorporating these approaches is what sets Blossom apart as the preferred children’s center for autism in the Brighton, MI area.

A Closer Look At The Services We Provide

Our licensed clinicians and therapists take great pride in individualizing each service to an individual child, rather than taking a one-size-fits-all approach to counseling or therapy. The services and programs that we offer in our ABA clinic include:

  • ESDM and ABA therapy
  • Summer Clubs
  • Behavior Counseling
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech and language therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Counseling
  • School Transitions and IEP support
  • Intensive Toilet Training
  • Feeding Therapy

Brighton’s Home for ABA Therapy

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is a widely-used, evidence-based approach to understanding and improving human behavior, particularly for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities. ABA therapy focuses on the principles of learning theory to systematically modify socially significant behaviors.

In ABA therapy, therapists work closely with individuals to identify and assess problem behaviors, establish clear goals, and develop personalized interventions. The approach is based on the understanding that consequences and environmental factors influence behavior.

By modifying these factors, therapists can encourage positive behaviors and discourage negative ones.

Blossom is proud to offer two types of ABA Therapy programming at our autism center for children in Brighton, MI and the surrounding areas: early intervention and preschool programming. Let’s take a look at each now.

Early Intervention Programming

  • SEEDS: An early intervention program designed for infants up to 24 months. This program focuses on child-led, play-based interventions.
  • BUDS: An intensive intervention program designed for fast-paced toddlers up to 48 months old.

Pre-School Programming

  • BLOOMS: A group intervention program focused on the peer relationship and group socialization skills needed for the classroom. Perfect for children getting ready to head to a formal preschool program or kindergarten.

If you live in Brighton or another Detroit suburb, we’d love to invite you to take a look around our clinic. Visit our website to schedule a consultation today—we look forward to meeting you!

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