Contact and clinic information
The clinic is located on the main University campus in Edmund J. Cain Hall and is open year-round. Service hours may change during the summer and winter.
During the academic year, hours are as follows:
- Monday: 8 a.m.–1 p.m.
- Tuesday: 8 a.m.–1 p.m.
- Wednesday: 8 a.m.–1 p.m.
- Thursday: 8 a.m.–1 p.m.
- Friday: 8 a.m.–1 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday: Closed
The Spectrum Learning Center is closed whenever the University of Nevada, Reno is closed (e.g. holidays, snow days, etc.). During breaks and summer, hours can be limited. Please see the academic calendar for a list of University holidays and breaks.
Please call or email to get more information or to make an appointment.
- Phone: (775) 682-8686
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spectrum Learning Center specializes in providing early intervention services that are rooted in applied behavior analysis (ABA). Early intervention ABA begins with a comprehensive intake process to identify each client’s strengths and areas in need of support. Based on an intake, we work with the client and their family/stakeholders to select and prioritize goals. Once we have agreed upon goals, we will develop an individualized program to help the client and their family work towards those goals. Spectrum Learning Center provides center-based services – following the initial assessment, clients will receive early intervention ABA at Spectrum Learning Center, located on the University of Nevada, Reno main campus. Spectrum Learning Center will also supplement center-based services with support in the client’s home and community. We involve the client and their family in every step of the early intervention process to ensure that we are providing the highest quality services.
All services are highly individualized for each client. Some common areas for support include:
- Language and communication
- Managing routines
- Self-care skills
- Addressing minor challenging behavior
Spectrum Learning Center also provides consultation services on a case-by-case basis. Consultation services will primarily take place in the home/community and will focus on short-term collaborations with the client and their family/stakeholders.
Currently the Spectrum Learning Center accepts patients whose primary insurance is Nevada Medicaid or Hometown Health. The Spectrum Learning Center also offers a self-pay program.
The Spectrum Learning Center is a proud partner of the Sierra Kids Foundation (SKF). SKF provides financial assistance to families of children receiving ABA services. Visit the Sierra Kids Foundation website to apply for assistance or to donate.
If you are interested in your child receiving ABA services at Spectrum Learning Center, please contact us to set up an initial meeting. Families may be added to a waitlist, and we will contact waitlist families as openings become available.