DTT Social Behavioral Support
We are often asked about the difference between DTT (Discreet Trial Training) and ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis)
DTT is an exciting teaching strategy that that breaks down a skill into a small, “discreet” tasks. Our trained teachers/therapists introduce and build upon these skills one by one. Additionally, the use of tangible reinforcements is added to achieve the desired behavior.
Many therapists have found DTT to be particularly effective for teaching skills to children with autism.
DTT is a component of ABA, which is the applied science of “behaviorism.” The primary methodology of ABA is the use of a three-step process: a cue or instruction, the behavior, and the consequence.
DTA Adult Day Treatment Program
Our DTA (Day Treatment for Adults) is adaptable to the needs of most adults with disabilities. Our participants set specific goals with our staff and together, they work toward achieving those goals and building confidence.
Using recreational programs like arts and crafts, performing arts, and games, we provide every level of involvement for our participants.
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Rockwood Preparatory Academy San Tan Valley
2513 E. Hunt Highway
Queen Creek, AZ 85143
To request more information about the Rockwood Prep DTA Program, click here.
Respite | Habilitation
We know Respite and Habilitation are critical to our student families and our community families. At Rockwood Prep we help families establish and reach goals in the areas of communication, socialization, gross and fine motor, cognition, and adaptive behavior. For more information, call us at 480-256-2678.
- ABA (when approved by BCBA and private insurance)
- DTA – Adult Day Treatment Program 2020
- DTS – Happy Campers Summer Camp
- DTT – Social Behavioral Support
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Respiratory Therapy
- Respite Care (before and after school for students, Fridays and Saturdays for community members and students, ask about our schedule)
- Speech Therapy / Feeding Therapy
- Transportation – to and from Academy
- Work Transition Program for 16+ years and above 2020
Division of Developmental Disabilities
The mission of the Division of Developmental Disabilities is to empower individuals with developmental disabilities to lead self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives. DDD provides supports and services for eligible Arizonans. DDD provides supports and services to individuals diagnosed with one of the following developmental disabilities:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Cognitive / Intellectual Disability or are under the age of six and at risk of having a Developmental Disability