Woolf Center



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The Woolf Center is located at:

449 S Kings Hwy Murfreesboro, TN 37129

Programs Offered

Items marked with a (*) may be covered by insurance depending on the client’s plan and coverage. We will make every effort to assist you in getting coverage approved.

If services ARE covered: Depending on your insurance carrier, there are contracted rates that are set in place for what is billed. We will file a claim directly with the carrier and then bill you for any copayment, coinsurance, or deductible associated with your plan.

If services are NOT covered: We will bill you directly at private rates (please contact us for rates). You can then submit those bills to your insurance carrier and ask them to reimburse you for expenses incurred. It is up to the insurance carrier whether or not they will reimburse you for any of the bill. It may also be possible to obtain reimbursement through any Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) you may have included in your plan.

* 1:1 ABA Sessions

Scheduled Individually, 1-3hr sessions

* Day Program

  • Day program is intended for learners who are currently struggling with severe misbehavior in their home, school, and community settings. Applied Behavior Analysis services are provided throughout the entire day, focusing on increasing communication, advancing independence & functional application of skills, and developing appropriate replacement behavior.
  • If services are being provided for school-aged children, learners must be enrolled in a school setting in order to attend; typically that would include a homeschool or homebound setting. Day program is designed to focus on gaining additional skills to create a more independent, safer, and functional learner and is NOT an alternative to an academic school setting.
  • Various accommodations are provided to learners as needed; visuals are a major focus for all learners and written schedules, visual prompts, and lighting cues are a norm for all learners who attend to increase success.


Each learner is assigned to a different technician in a 1:1 setting every 30 minute block 

to increase generalization of skills over different instructors.

30 minute block focuses that each learner participates in:

Literacy                       Behavior Replacements

Math                              Independent Work

Social Skills                Independent Play

Group Play                  Sensory

Communication       Lunch

1 hour of Pragmatics (chores/daily living/meal prep/self care/safety/etc.)

All programming and targets are designed specifically for each learner; there is no set “curriculum” and all learners are evaluated and provided with programming that is specific to their goals and parent’s goals.


  • Day Program runs from 8am-2pm, 8:30am-2:30pm, or 9am-3pm Mondays through Thursdays.

* PreK Pack

Mondays through Thursdays, 8am-12pm

This group setting is designed for DEVELOPMENTAL ages 2-6 yrs, meaning that your child may not be 2-6 yrs of age but they are performing skills at a 2-6 yr old level. This is NOT a replacement for children that are required to attend school; this is meant to be a supplemental setting to work on non-academics. It is required that children who are age 5 and over are receiving public, private, or home school academic instruction.

Classrooms have a max of 3 children to every 1 adult.

A behavior program and curriculum will be designed specifically for your child. Data will be collected to keep track of skill progress.

Our overall goal is to help prepare your child to be able to function in a more typical classroom setting. If you determine your child is ready for a typical classroom setting OR if we make a recommendation for a typical school setting based on data, we will provide you with a resource pack (behavior plan, suggestions and/or materials for next classroom, training materials and/or video examples, etc.) to pass on to the school staff.

* Social Skills Groups

Ages 3-18 (grouped by age & common interests)
Fridays, 9am-11am