The Achieve ASD Advantage

At Achieve Martial Arts Academy, we know your child’s development is important to you.
And we know it takes a tailored program to meet the needs of youths with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

The current activities landscape is missing the opportunity for youths with ASD to participate in programs that are mainstream yet tailored, fun and supportive of their learning styles and engagement preferences. Currently, none are available on demand.

With ACHIEVE’S Active Engagement Platform, your child benefits from the 1:1 coaching through graded feedback on their performance and the team-like camaraderie as they earn spots on the leaderboard and join the global martial arts community

Improves Executive Functioning

Success on the platform promotes success in life.

Martial Arts is a time honored tradition respected for its ability to build a greater sense of total well-being promoting physical, mental and emotional development for centuries.

The community with ASD benefits from the repetition and predictability of the practice as they strive to master

self advocacy, problem solving and impulse control. With ACHIEVE, it’s like access to a dojo right at home.

Achieve uses Linear Learning™

Challenges are broken into the simplest component parts, and strung together toward strikes, moves and combos.

Students make achievable yet impressive strides as they progress from the first stance to the black belt.

Self-Confidence creates Self-Sufficiency

At the core of our methodology is building self-confidence and self-esteem, the essential building blocks of adaptation.

The practice and process helps stimulate self-discipline toward self-improvement and the final result reinforces self-determination.

ACHIEVE participants are proof positive of the advantages of this approach.

Clinically Proven

Medical research confirms that individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder benefit from the repetition and predictability of Martial Arts training experiencing greater motor skills, focus, adaptability and self-advocacy.

Click below to examine outcomes of supportive research