We teach our young learners a wide variety of skills critical to their growth and development.
The communication skills we teach include growing a child’s receptive and expressive language. This means learning to respond to one’s name, imitating sounds and words, and developing the ability to request and label concepts. We also offer individualized modalities, targeted to each child’s specific needs, such as sign language and pecs.
The social skills we teach emphasize peer to peer interaction, including sharing with others, initiations and greetings and increasing overall pro-social engagement. We also focus on eye contact, attending skills, and we deliver group instruction integrated through music and movement.
The daily living skills we teach include toilet training and hand washing, facilitating meal time independence and general self care.
The play and leisure skills we teach help our young learners imitate actions and learn to explore and navigate new environments. We focus on turn taking with peers and teach simple, independent and dramatic play. We also help children develop fine and gross motor skills.
The pre-academic and academic skills we teach are the pillars of maximizing early education successes. They include a focus on waiting skills, engagement during tasks and work activities, following basic instructions, hand writing and problem solving.