See descriptions below – use this form to sign up!
The Woolf Center is located at 4527 Nolensville Pike in Nashville, TN.
1) Behavior is behavior. Regardless of age, race, gender, disability, etc., all of our clients are capable of learning new behavior and progressing toward achieving goals that will increase the quality of life.
2) We treat clients with dignity & respect. Compliance is important, however people are allowed to feel emotions. Individuals are allowed to be angry, sad, frustrated, etc. We strive to realize the full potential of all of our clients by acknowledging and empathizing emotion while working together to encourage healthy and appropriate ways to experience these emotions.
3) Feedback is essential. We strive to create an environment where everyone can improve. That includes professionals providing feedback to clients and their families but just as important: we seek out feedback from clients and families on how we are performing and what we can do differently to provide the most beneficial services possible.
4) Individualized treatment is essential. All treatment plans, behavior plans, goals, trainings, etc. will be developed based on individual strengths, needs, and family goals in order to provide the most beneficial services possible.
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.
Assessment & Direct Therapy: A BCBA will always oversee all teams and will need to complete
or observe a session with your child at least 2 times per month.
* 1:1 ABA Sessions
Scheduled Individually, 1-3hr sessions
* Supplemental Pre-K Classroom (Pack)
Tuesdays & Thursdays 9am-2pm
See sign up link below!
* Social Skills Group: General, Ages 2-5 (Canines Level 1)
* Social Skills Group: General, Ages 6-10 (Canines Level 2)
* Social Skills Group: General, Ages 11-15 (Canines Level 3)
* Social Skills Group: General, Ages 16-21 (Canines Level 4)
* Social Skills Group: Special Interest (Video Games/Online Gamers)
* Social Skills Group: Special Interest (Messy Play)
* Social Skills Group: Special Interest (Arts and Crafts)
* Social Skills Group: Special Interest (Sports)
* Social Skills Group: Special Interest (Cooking)
* Social Skills Group: Adult, Special Interest (Yoga/Exercise/Meditation)
Special Recreation – Day Camp (Pups)
Movie Night/Parent’s Night Out
Sibling Training for ages 3-5 (Rally Level 1)
Wednesdays 9:30-11am (both children attend)
Sibling Training ages 6-10 (Rally Level 2)
Wednesdays 4:30-6pm (both children attend)
Volunteer Training (non-disabled Siblings & Relatives) ages 11-18 (Rally Level 3)
* Behavior Boot Camps (Howls)
Saturdays 12-1:30pm (no cost for childcare)
Sign up for our Supplemental Pre-K Pack!
Pre-K Pack Application
Please fill out this form if you would like to reserve a spot in the Pre-K Pack this coming fall. There are very limited openings and we will accept applications in the order that they are received.
Sessions may begin as early as July 23rd, as late as August 6th.
This will be a group setting 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 will NOT be 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.
The questions in section 2 of the form outline the skills that will be focused on in the sessions.
If you are not sure if your child would benefit, please fill this form out so we can reserve your spot and set up a meeting to discuss further details so you can decide if this would be something that your child would benefit from.
The number of classrooms available and days/times will depend on interest level. Each classroom will have a 2:1 ratio of children to staff, including at least 1 BCBA. At this time, there will be a max of 6 children in each classroom with the option for 1 peer model in each.
If days and times align, our goal is to switch the peers and staff in each classroom frequently to allow your child to generalize their skills. We plan to allow at least 1 additional adult to observe from inside the room whenever possible/requested. Live video will also be available in a separate room for anyone to watch if they wish.
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.