Caravel Autism Health - Kenosha

ABA Therapy in Kenosha

Serving southeastern Wisconsin, our Kenosha facility is located off of Highway 31 on Washington Road.

Our clinics offer one-to-one therapy and peer interaction in a welcoming, child-friendly environment designed especially for children on the autism spectrum. We have ample space for children to engage in activities that promote exercise as well as opportunities to improve communication and social skills.

Caravel Autism Health, a leader in the field, is devoted to helping families navigate the challenges of childhood autism. Our team of clinical experts specializes in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of children on the autism spectrum. Caravel’s research-based and data-driven programs are designed to provide better outcomes that help children with autism reshape their development and embrace new ways of interacting with the world.

Call today to Speak with One of Our Expert Team Members:

Caravel Autism Health - Kenosha

4006 Washington Road
Suite A
Kenosha, WI 53144

Clinic Hours

Day of the WeekHours
Monday8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Day of the WeekHours


New Parents Start Here: 262-379-8589
Clients, Billing & General Inquiries: 262-204-5697
Professional Intake Fax: 800-513-7773

Serving Areas:

Kenosha, Truesdell, Pleasant Prairie, Woodworth, Somers, Elmwood Park, Kellogg's Corner

Our Expert Team in Kenosha

Tasha R., MS, BCBA | Clinic Director
Tasha has many years of experience in both home and clinic settings. She started as an in-home care aide for children with disabilities while attending University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. After graduating with a degree in psychology, with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Tasha earned her master of science degree in ABA from St. Cloud State. She specializes in the reduction of challenging behaviors and enjoys working to increase mealtime skills including trying new foods. Tasha has experience in a variety of behavior assessments and creating skill acquisition goals. She is passionate about supporting in social skills groups and loves to watch friendships build!
Jill G., MA | Lead BCBA
Jill has been working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) since 2016 and went on to earn her master’s degree in ABA from Southeast Missouri State in 2020. Over the course of her career, she has held various roles—registered behavior technician, clinic manager, clinic director, and BCBA. She has focused her work on clients ages 2–21, helping families teach their children to become as independent as possible. She also has experience overseeing multiple clinics and managing staff to deliver high-quality care. Jill is very passionate about helping Caravel clients reach their full potential so that more opportunities are available to them. This work includes creating a supportive and empathetic teaching model for caregivers and staff so they are able to collaborate and achieve the best possible outcomes for our learners.
Erika S., MS | BCBA
Erika has worked in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) since 2004, working with children and adolescents diagnosed with ASD. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and completed her master of science degree in psychology, with a specialization in ABA, at Capella University. Erika is passionate about parent training and involving the parents in the therapy setting and particularly enjoys teaching communication and social skills.
Courtney M., MS | BCBA
Courtney has been providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) since 2017. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2017 and earned her master of science in psychology, with an emphasis in ABA, from Marquette University in 2020. Courtney started her ABA career as a behavior technician, moving on to become an RBT, a senior clinical supervisor, and now a BCBA. She has broad experience with children of many different ages, conducting various assessments, working on social and adaptive skills, developing treatment plans and goals, training technicians and colleagues working on their BCBA, and collaborating with families as well as other treatment providers and schools. Courtney is passionate about supporting her colleagues, Caravel’s families, and, most importantly, the children she works with so that everyone is equipped to reach their highest potential.

Caravel Service Offerings

Evaluation & Diagnosis

Obtaining the proper diagnosis is the first step to helping children with autism and related developmental disabilities and their families. Our diagnostic evaluation and results become the starting point for the development of a customized treatment plan for your child if they are on the autism spectrum.

ABA Therapy

The goal of ABA therapy is to help a child develop the verbal and social skills necessary so that he or she can move from being motivated primarily by sensory and motor stimuli in the environment to being motivated primarily by verbal and social interaction with other people.

Social Skills Training

Caravel Autism Health also offers social skills training. Designed as fun, interactive experiences, we teach social skills and encourage children to interact with their peers in a class setting or small group.

Caravel Autism Health Better Outcomes. Happier Lives.

Caravel Autism Health, a leader in the field, is devoted to helping families navigate the challenges of early childhood autism. Our team of clinical experts specializes in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of young children on the autism spectrum. Caravel's research-based and data-driven programs are designed to provide better outcomes that help children with autism reshape their development and embrace new ways of interacting with the world.

Frequently Asked Questions & Blog Posts

How do I get started?

Give us a call at 262-379-8589 or complete this form.

What testing do you require initially?

Prior to beginning treatment, a diagnostic evaluation is required. Additional testing is based on individual need and is only used if the testing will help us to design a program or treatment. In general, testing is used to help diagnose disorders and determine levels of intellectual functioning, language ability or adaptive skills. Caravel provides diagnostic evaluations or if you have one from another professional source, that can usually also be used. Testing can also be helpful to chart the effectiveness of therapy.

What are the out-of-pocket expenses that a parent/guardian must pay for to get started?

An evaluation and any diagnostic testing will be billed to insurance (and/or Medicaid where permissible). Testing may be a part of the initial assessment or follow-up assessment. Please check with your insurance company. Typically, your family would be responsible for a potential deductible and/or co-pay. In some states, if you have Medicaid there would be no charge for the assessment beyond what is reimbursed by Medicaid. Any questions regarding financial responsibility may be discussed prior to an appointment with our billing staff. If testing would pose a financial hardship for the family, this should be discussed with billing. We work with parents/guardians to meet the needs of their individual case. Expenses can be spread over time.

Where does therapy treatment take place?

Therapy treatment typically takes place in a local Caravel clinic. Under limited and clinically appropriate circumstances, we recommend that some children receive therapy in a home-based setting.

What does ABA teach?

ABA therapy programs are wide-ranging and covers all areas in which your child needs to be successful. Goals are created and broken down into small steps. The steps are then organized into a logical order and taught one small step at a time. Areas may include communication, behavioral, functional and social skills.

Is there a reason so many hours are recommended?

Research shows that the greater the amount of hours, the better the outcome for children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Children with an autism characteristically do not learn naturally throughout their days like typically developing children do. Learning is a full-time job for children that typically occurs without being noticed. Children with an autism need to be taught to learn. This means many hours of practicing these skills. Parent/guardian training and involvement is also an essential part of a successful ABA program. Tools and techniques of ABA should be incorporated into daily life. The amount of ABA therapy needed will depend on a variety of factors to be determined in the diagnostic evaluation.

What are my responsibilities as a parent?

Parent/guardians are trained to do individual therapy with their child. We recommend that parent/guardians engage their child in a few hours of therapy a week to be familiar with what their child is learning. Parent/guardians are encouraged to join team meetings and training provided by clinic staff or outside professionals.

How is my child's progress evaluated?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is data-driven, so your clinical team will consistently record data and write session notes during each therapy session, documenting your child's responses using our proprietary computerized data system.

How do you coordinate with private therapists that the family employs who are not a part of your organization?

Our clinicians often work closely with other professionals because we realize that different experts can add valuable insight into treatment. If suggestions can be added to a treatment plan without crossing ethical or professional boundaries, we will bring these suggestions into therapy.