Please Note:

Wheels of Wellness is currently not offering any in-home support services or group services. Please see our Covid-19 updates on the website for information on current services or contact for more information.

Services Offered by Wheels of Wellness

Whether a child is presenting with social skill delays, has a complex diagnosis or is simply being defiant, Wheels of Wellness understands the challenges parents and teachers face when a child is struggling socially or behaviorally. It is our mission to provide mobile consultation in the environment where parents and teachers feel they need the most support.

What to expect:

To get started, we will meet with you to gather information, answer questions about the therapeutic process and share your goals for therapy. During an initial session we will discuss whether Wheels of Wellness is a good fit for you and may look at other services that could be beneficial to you and your child. Wheels of Wellness will spend time observing the child in the environments of concern prior to discussing treatment recommendations.

  • Behavioral Assessment and Consultation

    Is your child experiencing behavioral issues at school?
    Behavioral Assessments assist parents and educators with a better understanding of why behaviors are occurring. Behavioral Consultations provide the tools and strategies necessary to better address problematic behaviors in the school, home or community settings.
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    about Behavioral Assessment and Consultation.

  • On-Site Therapeutic Tutoring

    Therapeutic Tutoring is a solution for children who are having difficulty achieving their full potential in school, specifically surrounding distance learning under the new Covid-19 restrictions. Students may have reduced motivation for school, declining interest or declining grades. These children may present with anxiety and/or depression, emotional stress, attention and focus difficulties or behavioral challenges related to distance learning. Many of our clients have executive functioning skill challenges that prevent them from fully accessing online curriculum.

    Via therapeutic tutoring, students will have the opportunity to work safely on-site at Wheels of Wellness with a licensed therapist or behaviorist who has executive functioning and behavioral management skills to complete their required distance learning assignments. Therapists will utilize the child’s individually assigned academic curriculum to target the skills needed to become a more confident and compliant online learner. Clinicians will also be available to consult with parents on strategies related to managing their child’s online learning. For more information please email:

    For more information about our on-site therapeutic tutoring services, please email:

  • Support Services

    Are you looking for a support staff to come to school to shadow your child a few hours per week to help support his or her goals? Is your child pre-kindergarten age and needing additional pre-academic and social or emotional support prior to kindergarten entry?
    Support services offer a unique opportunity to push into the child’s classroom environment to support and consult with teachers to achieve goals for your child. Early Intervention support can assist your child with preparing for the pre-academic and social and emotional expectations of kindergarten.
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“We were in a scary and desperate place as a family, immobilized by the behavior of our 10 year old son.  Heather was exactly who we needed! She provided a warm, but no-nonsense approach to behavioral intervention.  She walks in, takes off her shoes and gets right down to business. She has been such a support for us not only by improving our parenting skills but our daily interactions and appreciation for one another.  I wish I would have known people like Heather were out there years ago.”

“Thank you for all your help with our son. You are amazing!! You were an answer to our prayers. My son is now able to express himself without becoming aggressive. People like you are one in a million.”- Parents of a 9 year old boy diagnosed with ASD