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Multiverse ABA Program (Daytime)


Early - Intense - Interdisciplinary

A Typical Day

9:00 AM-9:20 AM

  • Behavior Technician greets child at the door

  • Temperature is taken

  • Child is brought to use the bathroom and wash their hands

  • Opportunity for free play

9:20 AM-9:30 AM
Clean up and transition


9:30 AM-9:50 AM
Circle Time

  • Hello Song

  • Weather

  • Calendar

  • Group movement activity(teaches following receptive instructions and gross motor imitation)

  • Story time/social stories

  • Song play (Encourages the use of echoic and intraverbal language).

  • Group instruction-letters, numbers, colors, and shapes (Works on receptive identification and expressive identification skills).

9:50 AM-10:10 AM
Center Time
*Children are given the opportunity to choose a center (block and puzzle area, dramatic play center, reading corner, art center, sensory table) they would like to play in during this time. These activities develop decision making skills, manding, tacting, socialization, imaginative play, turn taking, and gross and fine motor skills.

10:10 AM-10:20 AM
Clean up and transition

10:20 AM-11:20 AM
1:1 ABA sessions
*Children will perform discrete trial training with their designated behavior technicians.

11:20 AM-11:30 AM
Bathroom break and hand washing

11:30 AM-12:00 PM
Lunch (If a child receives feeding therapy that will be targeted during this time.) If your child demonstrates any feeding difficulties that are sensory-based, they will be addressed during snack and lunch. Also, independent feeding skills including utilization of a spoon and fork and drinking through a straw and from a cup will be encouraged.

12:00 PM-12:30 PM
Outdoor playtime
*Focuses on gross motor development, social skills, communication, and interacting with others cooperatively.

12:30 PM-12:40 PM
Bathroom break and hand washing

12:40 PM-1:10 PM
Quiet time
*Children will relax on floor mats while soothing music plays. They are allowed access to a favorite blanket, toy, or book from home during this time for comfort. This time will promote mindfulness and reduce sensory overload.

1:10 PM-1:30 PM
Snack time


1:30 PM-1:50 PM
Open period
*Activities change daily

  • Arts and crafts

    • Works on fine motor development and cultivates creativity.

  • Speech Therapy Group

    • 30 minutes of group speech offered 1x weekly to all participants

  • Yoga

    • Reduces stress, improves concentration and balance, increases strength and flexibility, improves gross and fine motor skills, encourages peer and social interactions, leads to better sleep, and builds confidence.

  • Social skills training

    • Targets initiating conversations, greetings, appropriate eye contact, turn taking, how to behave in specific social circumstances, understanding emotions and facial expressions, gestures and body language, assertiveness, and empathy.

  • Music and movement

    • Music provides concrete, multi-sensory stimulation-auditory, visual, proprioceptive, vestibular, and tactile. It assists in the development of verbal communication, speech, and language skills.

  • Gross motor and sensory activities in the gym room

    • obstacle courses, swing, rock wall, trampoline, balance beam, and other proprioceptive and vestibular activities.

1:50 PM-2:00 PM

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