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MISSION

To provide individuals with developmental disabilities a welcoming place where they can improve the quality of their lives by interacting with peers, enjoying recreational activities and working on critical life skills so they may become the best versions of themselves.

DAY TREATMENT & TRAINING PROGRAMS

We aim to provide our members opportunities to interact with friends and develop skills that lead to meaningful days in accordance with the members' and his/her family’s vision of the future. 

Our highly qualified staff will assist each member in developing methods of starting and maintaining friendships of their choice, as well as appropriate assertiveness, increasing independence, gaining social skills, and aqcuiring problem-solving abilities for use in daily interactions.

The programs provide specialized sensory-motor communication, social interaction, and behavioral training to promote skill development. 

ADULT DAY PROGRAM
(DTA)

Age range: 18+ years old

Hours of Operation:
M-F, 8am-2pm 

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
(DTT)

Age range: 13-17 years old

Hours of Operation:
M-F, 2:30-6:30pm 

SUMMER PROGRAM
(DTS)

Age range: 13-17 years old

Hours of Operation:
Details coming Spring 2021

PHILOSOPHY

Using a collaborative approach, we employ social integration principles in order to facilitate meaningful interactions where individuals can benefit from the situationally specific coaching offered by a mentor provider within a natural setting.

PROFESSIONAL THERAPIES

Imagine being able to receive all of your therapies in once convenient location. Here at Tyler's Place, a collaborative approach by an integrated team allows our members to grow in a social setting conducive to developing and improving adaptive skills.

SPEECH THERAPY

Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) work to prevent, assess, diagnose and treat speech, language, social communication, and cognitive communication disorders. Our staff is additionally trained in the use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Therapy based on the engagement in meaningful activities of daily life, such as self-care skills, physical requirements and play activities

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Includes activities and exercises that build motor skills and improves strength, posture and balance. Functional mobility and coordination skills are vital to a developing individual who aims to improve his/her independence and efficiency.

HOME & COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES

HABILITATION CARE

Provides methods and training to increase Member’s ability to become more independent and improve upon life skills. A teaching service, it is often provided during habilitation activities (for example, learning to cook or taking care of oneself). Habilitation may be provided in a Member’s home or in their community.

RESPITE CARE

Provides a trained person to supervise and care for a Member for a short period of time to relieve caregivers.

ATTENDANT CARE

Provides a trained direct care worker (DCW) to assist a Member maintain safe and healthy living conditions. DCW also assists with maintaining personal cleanliness and activities of daily living.

REACH OUT

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ADDRESS

1823 E Queen Creek Rd, Suite 121
Chandler, AZ 85286

PHONE

480-794-9984