Central Valley Autism Project

Phone
(209) 521-4791 ext. 555 (Stockton Office and Intervention Clinic)
Fax
(209) 957-3532
Eligibility

Vary based on insurance policy coverage or eligibility for regional center services.

Fees
Vary based on insurance coverage.
Services

Central Valley Autism Project serves individuals with developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder. All services provided by CVAP apply the evidence-based principles of Applied Behavior Analysis tailored to meet the ever-changing needs of the individual. All services are developed and managed by highly experienced BCBAs who adhere to the standards of practice and The Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts (www.BACB.com).

Services available for those of all ages with varying diagnoses are determined upon assessment and include the following:

Infant/Toddler under age 3

  • Early Start Autism Intervention Program (ESAIP)
  • Early Intensive Behavioral Treatment Program (EIBT)
  • Social Engagement Program for Infants and Toddlers (SEPIT)
  • Home, clinic, and community-based.

Preschool

  • Early Intensive Behavioral Treatment Program (EIBT)
  • Social Skills Assessment and Treatment
  • Focused Behavioral Intervention (FBI)
  • Support Components
  • Social Skills Group Classes
  • Simulated Preschool Groups
  • Home, clinic, school, and community-based.

Elementary

  • Intensive Behavioral Treatment (IBT)
  • Social Skills Assessment and Treatment
  • Focused Behavioral Intervention (FBI)
  • Support Components
  • Social Skills Group Classes
  • Home, clinic, school, and community-based.

Adolescents/Preteen/Teen

  • Social Zone
  • Social Skills Group Class
  • Social Skills Assessment and Treatment
  • Focused Behavioral Intervention (FBI)
  • Intensive Behavioral Treatment (IBT)
  • Home, clinic, school, and community-based.

Adults

  • Five Course Sequence
  • Internship
  • Prevocational Job Placement
  • College Skills Development
  • Social Skills Assessment and Treatment over 25 years, CVAP has served individuals with developmental disabilities including autism spectrum disorder.

For more information, please call (209) 521-4791 ext. 406 or complete an Intake Form and a staff member will contact you.

Hours
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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Addresses

Main Location
3620 West Hammer Lane
Stockton, CA  95219
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