Mary Cohen
Mary Cohen

Profile Details

Contact Name:
Mary Cohen
Group:
Active Professional Organization Member
Email 1:
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Last Name 1:
Cohen
First Name 1:
Mary
Address 1:
200 S. Clinton St. Suite 201
City:
Doylestown
State:
PA
Zip:
18901
Work Phone:
215-230-3616
Age Served:
all ages
Directory Description:
Our goal is to support individuals on the Autism Spectrum and their families throughout the lifespan. We focus on services that improve outcomes through early identification, education, inclusion, advocacy and increased independence. We provide comprehensive diagnostic, psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations of children, adolescents and adults using evidence-based tools such as the ADOS and ADIR. We have social skills groups, facilitated play groups and Lego based social skills groups for children.Our practice provides sexuality education groups for adolescents and adults and classes on social literacy where individuals work with social mentors. Adult support groups discuss issues such as disclosure, workplace supports and interpersonal relationships. Educational workshops are provided for parents on topics such as college selection and supports for ASD students. The clinical team has more than 20 years of experience providing therapeutic support and promoting autism awareness and education in the Philadelphia community.
Organization:
Autism Spectrum Diagnostics & Consulting
Resource and Professional Directory:
Yes
Title:
Dr.
URL:
http://www.autismdiagnostics.com
Social Groups -Support Groups - Workshops-Classes:
Sexuality Education Group
Parent Workshops
Lego Social Skills
Social Literacy Classes
After School Game Club
Social Scholars
Thinking Friendship
Being Buddies
Camps and Summer Programs:
Lego-based Social Skills Group Summer Session starting Monday, June 26, 2017 in Doylestown, PA - Openings for Children Ages 6-7, 8-9, 10-12, and 13-15 Lego-Based Therapy, or Lego-Club as it called by group members, is an evidenced based treatment where children develop skills through collaboration on group projects through the use of Lego. Group members collaborate on building sets, free style projects, and creating and producing short stop-action films. Groups are developed based on the child's age, language abilities, and goals for the group.