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“The object of teaching a child is to enable him to get along without a teacher.” – Elbert Hubbard

The Children’s Center is a full service non-profit corporation (501-c-3) offering comprehensive educational, therapeutic, and habilitative programs for children and adults.

The Center’s unique full service approach offers families of children with autism and related disabilities a variety of programs year round. These services are individualized to meet the changing needs of children and families across the valley.


Positive Behavior Interventions & Support

The Children’s Center staff utilizes PBIS techniques to help maintain positive behavior, learn new skills, and improve on existing skills within the classroom and community.


Music Therapy

Music Therapy is a program which helps to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals. Music Therapy uses music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within the classroom and community settings.


OccupAtional Therapy

Occupational Therapy is available for students who require these needs. OT services are woven into daily programming and are highly individualized to fit the specific needs of your student.


Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy services are available for those who require the need for such services. Like OT, Speech Therapy is woven within the daily programming.


Sensory Integration

Sensory Integration techniques are highly individualized for each student. SI is a critical piece to the learning process. SI helps to manage the much needed sensory input that the students require.


Community Based Instruction

Community Based Instruction is a program that takes high school aged students into the community, where we work on numerous social, life, and functional educational skills.


Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated Instruction techniques are utilized in daily educational programming to accommodate the diversity within the classroom. Differentiated Instruction is a key component to assist in the development and learning needs of all our students.


New Wonders Workshop

Program being revamped.  Check back later for updates!


Structured Teaching Model

Each classroom utilizes STM programming to assist with independence, structure, and the learning of new skills to name a few.


Vocational Education & Supported Training

Our VEST program targets vocational awareness, pre-employment skill building, and social skills withing the workplace. A key component to this program also, takes high school aged students into supported employment positions within our community.


Empowerment Scholarship Services (ESA) is a publicly funded education savings-account program administered by the Arizona Department of education. Find out if your child qualifies for an ESA.


After school program for individuals receiving DDD services (DTT: Day Treatment Training).
We provide sensory based activities, communication, cognitive, and behavioral training!


Summer day camp for children with autism and related disorders. Habilitation and respite before and after summer camp. Space is limited.

Contact us or schedule a tour


5430 West Glenn Drive
Glendale, AZ 85301
Phone: 623-915-0345
Fax: 623-937-5425

School Hours:
Monday – Friday 9am – 2pm

After School Program:
Monday – Friday 2pm – 6pm

Habilitation & Respite Hours:
Monday – Sunday 8am – 6pm

Summer Camp:
Mon. – Fri. 1pm – 5pm Ages 3-21

(Hab/RSP available 8a-1p)

“There is not one solution that fits all student needs. Therefore, each program is highly individualized to the students specific individual needs to obtain maximum levels of success.