SARRC's Clinical Approach
SARRC's clinical model utilizes applied behavior analysis (ABA) with a particular focus on naturalistic interventions in inclusive environments, including but not limited to the home, school, on the job or in the community. Each of SARRC's programs are grounded by evidence-based practice to increase self-sufficiency ultimately working to produce meaningful outcomes for our clients and families.
Employment Services Program
SARRC's Employment Services program is aimed at increasing competitive employment opportunities for adults (age 16+) with autism while teaching valuable work-related behaviors that might include:
- Navigating workplace culture
- Ways to advocate in the workplace
- Time management and executive functioning skills
Clients may receive a functional assessment to identify strengths and interests; support with resume and job interview preparation; and on-the-job support.
Employment Services are supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and implemented by a team of highly trained clinicians. Our team will work with clients to develop individualized employment goals. Services may occur in a variety of settings such as SARRC's Beneficial Beans® Garden, internship sites within the community as well as local businesses.
Individuals who participate in SARRC's Employment Services are better equipped with the skills needed to achieve meaningful, community-based employment.
- Private insurance
- Private pay
- Vocational Rehabilitation
- Ticket to Work
For more information about SARRC’s Employment Services program, please contact our team at 602.218.8178 or DWhiting@autismcenter.org.