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8-year-old children in central North Carolina were identified as having autism in 2016.
Autism impacts social interaction, communication skills, and cognitive function.
The symptoms of autism can be improved and even overcome with early intervention.
Kind Behavioral Health (KBH) is dedicated to improving the lives of children with autism, their families, and their surrounding communities. We believe in a collaborative approach, where caregivers share expertise about their child and our clinicians share expertise about how individuals learn the skills to have a successful, happy life. Every individual and every family is unique, each deserving care that is individually tailored to meet their unique needs and goals.
Kind Behavioral Health is able to meet the needs of a variety of learners. Each Plan of Care (POC) is tailored to meet the needs of the client and priorities of the family. The POC identifies specific skills that will be targeted for instruction. Typically, services fall under one of the following categories, determined by the level and type of support each client requires:
In conjunction with services provided directly to the client, KBH regularly provides families training on:
Kind Behavioral Health is committed to improving the lives of individuals with ASD, their families, and their surrounding communities. By upholding the highest professional standards and creating an environment in which exceptional people can think big, have fun, do good and be kind, KBH is the leading organization for clinician training and quality care in North Carolina.