SEED Center of Stamford is currently open and providing services at the center, direct. We are essential providers and we will be here for all of your needs during this difficult time. We are doing some telehealth, but we have begun seeing more and more families in person at their home or at our center. In this blog post we will detail a few of the autism services we provide for families across the Stamford, CT; Greenwich, CT; and Norwalk, CT areas and the precautions we are taking to make sure everyone in your family stays healthy and safe.

Our Services

As stated above, we are open and providing all of our essential therapeutic services to children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Whether you come and visit us at our conveniently located center in Stamford, CT or you would like us to come to your home, we will work with your loved one using applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy.

ABA therapy is an evidence-based treatment that is recognized as the most effective way to treat individuals with ASD. ABA therapy is endorsed as an effective intervention for autism by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the United States Surgeon General. We are accredited by the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence and we continue to improve our ABA services.

Keeping Employees Safe

At SEED Center of Stamford, we aim to protect our workforce by enacting all appropriate prevention efforts. We are constantly monitoring guidance from local, state and federal health
officials and making modifications where appropriate.

Some of the modifications that we have already made at our facility include routine cleanings and disinfection (especially of common areas); avoiding the use of phones, desks, offices and other work equipment when possible; enforcing the frequent washing of hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; wearing of masks that completely cover the nose and mouth; and more. Our goal is to keep those we care for as safe as possible and that starts with ensuring our workers are all following proper guidelines.

Keeping You Safe

Whether you come to visit us at our center, or we come to your home, there are several things that we do to ensure you and your loved ones are safe. We will always follow the guidelines that we have listed above that include the use of hand sanitizer, masks and proper social distancing, and we have taken even further precautions to ensure your health won’t be negatively affected when seeing us.

We now schedule sessions with no more than one client and one therapist per therapy room at a time. The waiting room is now structured in a way to ensure that visitors can maintain social distancing, and we require visitors to wear face masks that completely cover the nose and mouth (unless doing so would be contrary to his or her health or safety due to medical conditions). Please note, if you do not have a mask when visiting, you will be provided one if available. If none are available, you will not be allowed to enter the facility until you can procure a mask.

Should you have any further questions about our services or what we can do for you during this difficult time, we ask that you reach out to our team at your earliest convenience; we look forward to working with you and your family member soon.