Treeline Enrichment aims to be a
practice. We use identify-affirming language (i.e. autistic child) and not person-first language (child with autism) because we believe being neurodivergent is a part of their identity. Neurodivergency is a different way of thinking, learning, and doing...not a disease.
Our therapists use cues of safety, sensory supports, and
interventions to support children in sessions. We are not a setting that subscribes to compliance-based ABA principles and strategies.
We are a
setting that is motivated to work with your child's
and in their unique areas of interests.
Treeline Enrichment values
strong parent partnerships
, regular communication, and therapy that is focused on very functional and meaningful objectives that the parent helps to write. Parents are expected to be
in the therapy process. Treeline is not the setting to simply drop your child off for a session once a week and that's it. We are
partners in this journey to help your child thrive.
say yes to the mess
... every time. At Treeline Enrichment, your child will leave therapy sessions a little (or a lot) dirty (or wet), sometimes stinky, and sometimes a little tired. We will not ask your child to NOT play in the mud if they are interested, instead, we WILL play in the mud with them!
Treeline is an
setting. Therapy sessions take place in the heat, cold, rain, wind, and sun. We shelter under roof from thunderstorms and high winds only. We embrace all of these weather variables as opportunities in the therapy process.
We are NOT the right setting for every child or every family. When you select Treeline Enrichment to help your child be their best through outdoor occupational therapy, you understand the above is the Treeline therapeutic approach and you are ready for your child to grow and learn and thrive under these principles.