AUTISM SERVICES IN DENVER
& GREATER METRO DENVER
We are now accepting new clients for ABA therapy and Diagnostic Evaluations in Denver and the surrounding areas! Currently offering in-home and in-school services for new clients in Colorado, as well as for center-based services at our brand new Learning Center in Centennial!
Click below to learn more about our programs, our CO Medicaid provider status, or connect with our team about our services in Denver!
Highlands Ranch • Lonetree • Parker • Foxfield • Centennial • Littleton • Englewood
Lakewood • Denver • Aurora • Arvada • Westminster • Thornton • Henderson • Brighton • Lochbuie
Social & Group Skills
Expressive & Receptive Language
Toilet Training & Daily Living Skills
Caregiver ABA Coaching
NOW SCHEDULING DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATIONS FOR AUTISM IN DENVER
As part of InBloom’s organizational value of creating a Connected Experience for the communities we serve, we are now offering high-quality ADOS-2 diagnostic evaluations to identify Autism Spectrum Disorder in children between the ages of 18-months and 6-years-old at no cost to families between now and October 1, 2020.
The ADOS-2 is the diagnostic evaluation that is administered by our Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and is the current gold-standard of diagnostic evaluation support tools. Evaluations will be available on a first-come, first-served basis for qualified individuals.
To schedule a diagnostic evaluation, please contact our Care Team by phone, fax, or email. You can also FILL OUT THE CONTACT FORM ON OUR CONNECT PAGE.
OUR DENVER LEADERSHIP TEAM
Regional Clinical Integrity Officer
As InBloom's Colorado Regional CIO, Rachel is dedicated to assuring Colorado has quality programming, short waitlists, happy clients, well trained staff, satisfied parents as well as exceptional and accessible Learning Centers. She attended UC Riverside on a full academic scholarship where she attained her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 2005. Soon after, she found and fell in love with the field of ABA and has been part of it ever since. She started as an ABA therapist and went back to school at Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) to attain her BCaBA in 2012. Rachel continued on to pursue her Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis in Autism from Ball State University and attained her BCBA in 2015. Her experience as a Line Therapist, RBT, Senior Therapist, BCaBA, BCBA and Regional Director has allowed her to be the well-rounded Clinical Leader she is today. When asked why she is passionate about what she does, Rachel said "My younger sister is on the Autism spectrum. Though she was diagnosed after I became a clinician, experiencing Autism from the family perspective only made me fall more in love with ABA. I work within my field of expertise and prefer to collaborate with other services providers, teachers, para-professionals, SLPs, OTs, PTs, counselors, physicians and family members to make more significant and relevant progress."
Regional Operations Director
Joseph's responsibility as Operations Director in Colorado is to ensure that families who are seeking ABA therapy services are able to locate, admit, and receive treatment promptly, safely, and proficiently. Joseph is also committed to ensuring that from the moment a caregiver picks up the phone to call us they have an experience that reflects the kind, caring, and compassionate organization that is embedded within every team member. Joseph served in the US Army for six years as a medic holding many different positions in both operational and strategic medicine. He was awarded several Army Achievement Medals, the Expert Field Medical Badge, and the Global War on Terrorism ribbon. During his time in the military, Joseph graduated with honors from the American Military University with an AD in Health Sciences, and Drexel University with a BS in Health Services Administration. After the military, he served in various other capacities surrounding healthcare operations. When asked why he wanted to join our team, Joseph said "I was first introduced to autism as a teenager when my cousin was diagnosed. Although I did not know everything that came with the diagnosis, I saw a child with overwhelming potential and unique gifts. Fast forward a few years and my aunt had posted a video of her child saying "I love you" for the first time in over ten years of life his life. Every child deserves the opportunity to express those feelings in some way. If I can play a small part in the first "I love you", or a family's equivalent to that, then I feel I have accomplished more than some people may do in an entire lifetime."