The goal of focused treatment is to address a limited number of target behaviors. Focused treatment typically includes between 5 and 25 hours of clinically recommended treatment per week. Focused treatment may sometimes be part of a step-down or discharge plan. Focused treatment may be appropriate for those who meet most age-appropriate milestones but need help in 1-2 areas such as naturalistic or group settings, or for those who may need assistance with some fundamental skills to maintain health, social inclusion, and/or to increase independence. Treatment goals may include social initiating, responding and play skills, self-help, toileting, dressing, feeding, or advanced language and communication.