This is an important part of the intervention because we'll be working directly with your child on their individualized goals. It also gives us the opportunity to assess progress by analyzing data, addressing any areas of need within the goals, updating graphs, and probing new programs. Examples of skills we can address in your child's intervention include, but are not limited to, potty training, sleeping and eating issues, conversation, bike riding, meal preparation, math, reading, writing, toy play, talking/communicating, repetitive actions and language, dressing, and brushing teeth. The number of hours each child should receive typically ranges from 10-25 hours a week. We'll make recommendations for the number of hours that would be beneficial following your child's initial assessment.