Focusing on Your Child’s Unique Needs

Kari receiving behavioral therapy at Noble.Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a scientific approach to understanding behavior and how it is affected by the environment. It is particularly effective for children with autism. By focusing on how children behave and why they react the way they do, we can bring about positive changes in behavior and enhance learning.

Personal Discovery, Real Results.

We want your child to live the dreams you share. So our Autism Therapy focuses on your goals, including:

  • Boosting language, play and socialization
  • Decreasing behaviors that interfere with learning and daily functioning
  • Reducing repetitive or self-injurious behaviors
  • Increasing your child’s attention span and independence
  • Developing enjoyable family relationships
  • Helping your child use these new skills at home, in school—wherever you are
  • Boosting your child’s skill development and learning
  • Working with you on how you can support your child
How To Get Involved.

Whether your life is directly impacted by a disability or you care about someone who is facing challenges, we offer resources, services and supports that truly make a difference. Over the years, we have impacted thousands of lives, helping individuals achieve their dreams. And you can help us impact thousands more by volunteering your time or financially supporting our mission. Together, we can Dream it. Live it.™

Not Sure If Your Child Has Autism?

This autism checklist might help you determine if he or she needs to be evaluated further.

Case History: A Noble Life.
Kari

Kari smiling with beads in her hair.It’s been a morning filled with counting, playing games, coloring and enjoying a snack. Sounds like a typical day for a preschooler, but it’s so much more for Kari, who has autism. She began losing ground developmentally at her first birthday. The words she had already learned, her ability to maintain eye contact—all of that began to go away. But through Autism Therapy, Kari works on skills like taking turns, using words instead of gestures, and making eye contact. Of course, Kari thinks she is just having fun!

A private insurance and private-pay service, our Autism Therapy services are provided in your home, at school or at Noble Broad Ripple at 6060 North College Avenue.

Learn More.

If you or someone you know would benefit from Autism Therapy, please call us at 317-375-2700 to learn more. Or click here, share a little information with us, and we’ll get back to you.