OUR PROGRAMS: PARENTS
Children learn at their own pace. We evaluate each child and develop our tutoring techniques to produce the best results.
We take an individualized approach to all of our students and their specific learning styles. Our representatives are all personable and dedicated to the students that they service
Our specialized educators are experts in many different disciplines including: Science, Mathematics, S.A.T. Preparation, Study Skill Training, Social Studies & E.L.A., Languages (English and Spanish), AND MANY MORE!
We believe that our focus on family involvement within our behavior intervention processes, is pivotal to our success.
Our trained professionals work to adapt the environment. This allows the family to develop and maintain the behavior supports that are necessary to achieve progress in the future.
We are flexible in our ability to provide services both in the home and/or in the community.
Our Early Intervention (E.I.) service providers emphasize a student centered approach towards the intervention process.
We focus our sights on accommodating our clients and their families in their efforts to provide meaningful progress.
Early intervention services are designated for children under the age of three years of age.
To qualify for services, potential clients must have a confirmed disability or established developmental delay, as defined by New York State, in one or more of the following areas of development: physical, cognitive, communicative, social emotional, and/or adaptive.
School Age ABA
School Age ABA Services are provided by our licensed educators and therapists in the home , at school or in the community.
Our dedicated staff strive to emphasize a student centered approach toward the intervention process.
ABA Therapy is empirically proven as an intervention methodology for the behavioral treatment of individuals with certain developmental disabilities such as ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder).
According to Autism Speaks, more than 20 students have established that intensive and long term therapy using ABA principles, improves behavioral outcomes for many individuals who are diagnosed with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder).