The Early Childhood program serves children 18 months to six years of age who will benefit from an individualized, structured learning program. This program can serve up to 10 children at a time both at our center and in the home. We use intensive instructional programming, applied behavior analysis and naturalistic teaching within daily routines to establish, maintain, and increase the children's active engagement with people and their surroundings. Individual strengths and needs are identified across all developmental areas including social, language/communication, cognition, motor, play skills, and adaptive/life skills. Progress is assessed daily through graphing and data analysis. Each 12 weeks, goals are reviewed. This review often leads to new goals or a revision of current goals to focus on for that individual student for the next 12 weeks.
We are implementing the highly regarded Early Start Denver Model and cover the following steps to ensure your child is given the best set of tools to reach their potential
Intensive high quality intervention
Speech and occupational therapy
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