We are dedicated to providing comprehensive behavior therapy services to children with autism to help them reach their highest potential. The goal of every child’s program is to “close the gap” between their current skill set and that of their peers. We give children with autism the skills and support needed to help them reach their best possible outcome.
We have a passion for working with children and their families to create a positive experience as they navigate through what can be a challenging and overwhelming time. We focus on celebrating every success, no matter how small.
Our Values are essential components to every child and family’s therapy experience
We offer hope and encouragement to families as we know that a better quality of life for their child is absolutely possible.
Children receive ABA therapy, the gold-standard of autism treatment, to speed up learning and create the greatest amount of growth.
Bubbles, finger painting, dance parties and more! Our goal is to continuously develop ways make therapy not only enriching for your child, but fun and engaging too!
As parents, we understand wanting our children to have the very best possible future. We rely on research to guide our practice, but we rely on kindness, compassion and trust to connect with and serve each of our families.
Meet the Team
Sarah Kuhl, MS, BCBA
Sarah has been working in the field of autism and ABA for over 17 years. She has a Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). As co-founder of The Spectrum Center for Autism, she supervises center-based and in-home behavior therapy programs in the Kearney area. Sarah has a passion for supporting children with autism and their families, increasing awareness of the importance of early intervention and a desire to fulfill the growing need for quality, research supported treatment services in Nebraska. She enjoys sharing her knowledge of the field with those interested in learning more about ABA and collaborating with other service professionals in the community. Sarah lives in Kearney with her husband, Spencer, and their three daughters.
Abree Taillon, MEd, BCBA
Abree has been working with children with developmental disabilities since 2001. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education and taught in Colorado at Littleton Public Schools until moving to Nebraska. Abree received her Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Arizona State University and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Abree currently provides services to children and families in central Nebraska. She specializes in working with children with autism and families struggling with behavioral issues using empirically based interventions. Abree has an interest in family support and education regarding the principles of ABA and developing strong, collaborative home, school and community partnerships.