PALS provides the early, intensive and long-term intervention that current research has proven is required for the most significant treatment gains for children with autism. PALS does not use experimental, low-intensity treatment models.
PALS programs are delivered in homes, schools, parks, restaurants, dentist offices and barber shops. Interventions for all significant behavioral issues are generalized across all significant environments.
Children receiving EIBT have a weekly treatment team meeting with their entire staff. The director, supervisor, senior behavioral aide and behavioral aides meet with children and parents to review progress, demonstrate programs, and plan services for the next week. During the week, case supervisors overlap with aides and senior aides during one-to-one therapy sessions, school integration and play dates with neurotypical peers.