Kaleidoscope is a not-for-profit school for children with autism spectrum or related disorders located in a historic home in downtown Roswell, Georgia.
Kaleidoscope ABA, Inc., is a unique school
for children with an autism spectrum disorder.
Our program combines one-on-one therapy
with systematic progress evaluation to foster
the development of our children to their
- Center-based programming five days
per week, twelve months per year
- Ongoing supervision and weekly program adaptation
- Ongoing parent support
- Two programs: Our early learner program and our
advanced learner program for ABLLS graduates
focused on classical academics using applied
behavior analysis teaching principles.
- Open door policy for parents of enrolled children
We accept children two to ten years of age,
of all skill levels and abilities.
We place strong emphasis on language acquisition
and development of intraverbal skills. Our teaching approach is systematic and targeted to maximize rate of skill acquisition. The curriculum is based on Sundberg and Partington’s Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills, and Skinner’s analysis of verbal behavior using natural environment teaching.