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Open door policy for caregivers Receptive leadership Value continuous improvement Small caseload

Cons

Some days are emotionally challenging

Pros

There’s a huge focus on interdisciplinary care with protected time to collaborate with SLPs, OTs, and psychologists. Small caseload sizes with a focus on serving an early childhood population. The clinical model focuses on the Early Start Denver Model, which offers a different approach compared to traditional ABA providers.

Cons

It’s a new company so there are changes and processes to improve.

  • Feb 8, 2022 – Vice President of Clinical Operations inDenver, CORecommendBusiness Outlook

    Pros

    Cares deeply about staff and clients. Looking to transform care for individuals with autism. Invests in professional development and training for their staff at all levels.

    Cons

    Really can’t think of any!

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  • Energizing, collaborative, passionate, and intentional.

    Cons

    It is a new company so many of the norms are being created as we grow.

  • Dec 29, 2021 – RBT – Registered Behavior Technician inDenver, CORecommend

    Great clients, fun environment, clean

    Cons

    Schedule can change at any time

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  • Frequently Asked Questionsabout Soar Autism Center

    • Where is Soar Autism Center located?

      This establishment is situated at the following address: United States, Denver, CO 80207, 3401 Quebec St Suite 3500.

    • How to make a call to Soar Autism Center?

      The phone number for this establishment is +1 706-33-96.

    • What are the business hours for Soar Autism Center?

      Soar Autism Center is open for business at the following schedule: Mon-Fri: 8:30AM – 6PM.

    • How is Soar Autism Center rated on Nicelocal.com?

      The average score of this place is 4.3 out of 5.You can visit the Soar Autism Center reviews page to read other people’s opinions about this place and to put together your own feedback!

    • Is there a list of prices for goods and services provided by Soar Autism Center on Nicelocal.com?

      Yes! You can get acquainted with it on the Soar Autism Center prices page.

    • What kinds of treatments can you get at Soar Autism Center?

      Soar Autism Center provides alternative medicine,physiotherapy,naturopathy,biofeedback therapy, individual psychotherapy, and some other kinds of treatments.

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      Nicelocal is doing its best to place reliable details about establishments in its catalog.If you’ve found a mistake or if you represent Soar Autism Center, feel free to contact us by using the feedback form.

    Interviews At Soar Autism Center

    Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Soar Autism Center in Sep 2021

    Interview

    It was really easy, they have you read an article about ABA and its reputation and ask you some questions. It’s all open-ended. They really value interdisciplinary work. They moved very quickly through the process

    Interview Questions

    • They ask you about your experience in the field, thoughts on the article they have you read before you come in for the interview.

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    Soar Autism Center Careers

    Soar Autism Center is on a mission to reinvent the autism therapy experience for children and families. Every child deserves the best. We… More

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    Denver Colorado Based Soar Health Is Raising $227234000 In New Equity Investment

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    Denver, CO According to filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Soar Health is raising $2,272,340.00 in new funding. Sources indicate as part of senior management Chief Executive Officer, Ian Goldstein played a key role in securing the recent investment and it will aid in aggressively expanding the company, as well as broaden and accelerate product development.

    About Soar HealthSoar Autism Center is building a network of interdisciplinary clinics that provide integrated therapy plus diagnostic services for young kids with autism. Following the latest evidence and research, we practice and implement naturalistic, developmentally-appropriate ABA, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and other mental health support services. We are creating a special place for families, kids, and our team members. Our first clinic is located in Denver, CO and is open for local families. Join us as we advance the standard of autism therapy today!

    To learn more about Soar Health, visit

    Contact:Ian Goldstein, Chief Executive Officer720-706-3396

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    • When was Soar Autism Center founded?

      Soar Autism Center was founded in 2020.

    • Where is Soar Autism Center’s headquarters?

      Soar Autism Center’s headquarters is located at 6100 East Colfax Ave, Denver.

    • What is Soar Autism Center’s latest funding round?

      Soar Autism Center’s latest funding round is Seed.

    • How much did Soar Autism Center raise?

      Soar Autism Center raised a total of $420K.

    We Believe In The Potential Of All Kids With Autism And We Value Them For Who They Are

    Our primary job is to help each child reach their fullest potential as a person with autism. We are not trying to cure them of autism or make them appear normal in terms of societal expectations. Instead, we aim to help them cultivate their strengths, develop new skills to navigate the modern world, and grow their self-confidence as a person with autism.

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    Integrated And Comprehensive Therapy With All The Specialties For Evidence

    Our clinicians collaborate daily to plan, deliver and refine coordinated care to support better outcomes for children with autism and reduce the burden on families to coordinate multiple specialists.

    Your child benefits from a single team working in coordination to support every aspect of their care.

    Soars integrated team of specialists includes speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, behavioral therapy, diagnostic evaluation, and other modalities all working together and in close concert with the family to ensure the highest quality autism therapy for each child.

    Ian Goldstein, MD

    Co-Founder and CEO

    Ian is a physician entrepreneur dedicated to building best-in-class care models. He has an MD/MPH degree from Tulane University and was in residency at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. He completed advanced training in care model innovation and health policy from Stanford, Harvard, and the CDC. He has worked in strategy and leadership roles for leading healthcare provider organizations across the US, including as a consultant for the Boston Consulting Group .

    Jennifer Goldstein

    Co-Founder and COO

    Jen is a designer, education, and people expert. She has a background in human-centered design, including serving as a Director at Stanfords design school focused on human-centered innovation in education. She previously served in leadership and operational roles in several K12 public schools. She began her career as a high school Chemistry teacher.

    We See Autism As Having Neurodevelopmental Not Behavioral Roots

    Evidence-Based Interventions in Autism

    We think some programs too narrowly define autism based on deficits and prioritize fixing behaviors. We view autism as a neurodevelopmental condition that leads children to act or communicate in certain ways based on individual reactions to their environment. As such, we ask why a child is acting a certain way and empathize with their perspective as we develop a therapy plan to support them.

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