Mission & Vision

Autism isn’t an illness. It’s a different way of being human. Children with autism aren’t sick; they are progressing through developmental stages as we all do.I To help them, we don’t need to change them or fix them. We need to work to understand them, and then change what we do.
— Temple Grandin



Our mission is to offer all children who have autism spectrum disorder, developmental disabilities, learning difficulties and/or behavior problems and their families, the opportunity to participate in a personalized, effective and reliable intervention for an appropriate development.


Promote a culture of acceptance and inclusion in our society, challenging existing stereotypes, to help others understand that individual differences are, more than a burden, a blessing. Demonstrate through our work, that all children have the ability to progress and reach their maximum potential when receiving the appropriate high quality services.