Blue Stars Therapy is a leader in the local autism community and preferred resource for families deciphering an autism diagnosis or who are newly diagnosed. We empower families, providing guidance on how best to navigate resources and information available to them while being a “one stop shop” for the professional care their child needs. We create early intervention / early autism services and programming using cutting edge research from a variety of relevant fields to fit our families unique needs (time, monetary, emotional constraints, etc.). Our services include a wide range of support including direct services, virtual services, parental support, sibling support, provider training, community partnerships, and much more.
To learn more about which services may be most appropriate for your situation, browse our services:
Our highly-specialized therapist(s) come to your home.
Our highly-specialized therapist(s) come to an environment typically encountered by your child such as school, the park, The Magic House, etc.
Therapy is coordinated using tablet/smartphones with parents/caregivers.
*requires Parent Empowerment Program
THE BLUE SCHOOL
Our premier, custom-designed clinic located in Clayton, MO.
What to expect
Every diagnosis, whether expected or not, comes with a degree of uncertainty. At Blue Stars Therapy, we understand that much of the early intervention process may be unfamiliar, opaque and even confusing, which is why we prioritize consultation with our clients. Every child's support needs are different, but some of the stages you can expect to experience are:
evaluation / assessment
parent coaching and training
on-going reporting and analysis
modifications to treatment plan
Often times, parents and loved ones need guidance on how best to navigate the plethora of resources available – with decades of combined experience across all aspects of the early intervention field, Blue Stars Therapy can help guide you to an approach specific to your unique situation. One of the most prominent and frequent questions asked is: how can we ensure our child gets the best possible care?
Research has proven that children who received ESDM, compared with children who received community-intervention, showed the following:
↑ Cognitive skills
↑ Language abilities
↑ Adaptive behaviors
↓ Autism symptoms
Regardless of your financial situation, evidence-based care is available to you through programs like Missouri First Steps.