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Trumpet’s Commitment To Comprehensive Safety Standards


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From center design to ensuring your child’s privacy, safety is an integral part of Trumpet Behavioral Health’s approach. As a leading autism therapy provider, Trumpet has a comprehensive set of safety standards in place to protect your child, your family, and our staff. Read on to learn more about the many ways Trumpet keeps our families safe at our autism therapy centers.

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Age-appropriate Equipment & Policies

At Trumpet, we pride ourselves on serving children of every age, from toddlers to teens. With a wide range of ages, we take special care to ensure each age group’s safety. When your child comes to Trumpet, our team ensures they only have access to age-appropriate equipment, toys, and materials. Many centers have multi-purpose spaces that can serve children of every age, while other centers have separate areas and entrances for different age groups.

Environmental Safety

Every Trumpet autism therapy center is designed with safety in mind. From our antibacterial furniture in the waiting room to high-quality, kid-friendly furniture, we’re committed to providing a welcoming and comfortable space for every child. Even our flooring, walls, paint choices were created with your child in mind.


Privacy is of the utmost importance, especially when teaching skills like toilet training. To preserve our clients’ privacy while teaching them the important skills they need, Trumpet has a series of protocols in place. In addition to maintaining separate bathrooms for staff and clients, bathrooms are also separated by age and gender. Your child will always be accompanied by two Trumpet employees, so your child will never be alone with just one staff member.

Access Control

Every Trumpet center is equipped with access controls to prevent unauthorized individuals from entering. Using a key-card system, along with sign-in and sign-out processes, our teams get a comprehensive view of who is in our centers at any given time. This system also tracks who is working with a specific child and where they are in the center.


Although COVID-19 has brought a renewed focus on hygiene, Trumpet has always enforced strict cleaning policies. Our staff wipes down tables and chairs after every use, vacuums and brooms are kept around each center for easy cleanup and wipedown, and toys and materials follow cleaning and disinfecting processes. We keep all cleaning materials security locked away to ensure they’re out of kids’ reach. We also provide facemasks in every center to help our staff and families adhere to national, state, and local COVID guidelines.

Trumpet is committed to keeping your child safe while helping them reach their full potential. If you’re interested in learning more, contact us today, or visit an autism treatment center near you!


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Written by Joshua Sleeper, MBA, BCBA

Joshua Sleeper, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Trumpet Behavioral Health, started in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) over 20 years ago. In college, he began working as a part-time therapist for a school district in California. There, he...

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