Center – Based Therapy

Shrimps

Ratio will be 1:1 and/or 1:2

A child entering the Shrimps classroom will be children who range between 1 and 4 years old. Children in this class will be newly diagnosed and new to a learning environment. They will need intensive therapy that focuses on ready-to-learn skills, potty training, play skills and behaviors. Assessments will be conducted for each individual using VBMAPP and ABLLS-R. After results are analyzed, an individual education plan will be created

Turtles

Ratio will be 1:1 and/or 1:2

The Turtles classroom will be set up as a transition classroom. Children in this class will be between 3-5 years old and experience small and whole group activities throughout the day. The classroom will focus on school readiness skills. They will work on following routines, making transitions, and working independently. A child in the Turtles group may exhibit behavior challenges beyond what is typically seen in peers of a similar age without a disability. A turtle will have some social awareness skills but will still have difficulties with peer interactions. Assessments will be conducted using VBMAPP and ABLLS-R. After results are analyzed, an individual education plan will be created for each individual.

Rays

Ratio will be 1:1 and/or 1:2

A child entering the Rays class will range between 4 and 10 years old. They will have limited to moderate language and communication skills. They will be aware of their social environment but need help with social interactions. The focus of the Ray classroom will be to increase social skills, replace problem behavior, and improve communication. Assessments will be conducted for each individual using VBMAPP and ABLLS-R. After results are analyzed, an individual education plan will be created.

Jellies

Ratio will be 1:1 and/or 1:2

A child entering the Jellies classroom will be between 3-5 and have a significant delay in language and social skills. They might be non-vocal or not say a lot of words. A child in the Jellies class might also have significant behavior challenges or exhibit self-stimulatory behaviors (e.g. hand flapping, spinning, etc.). Assessments will be conducted for each individual using VBMAPP and ABLLS-R. After results are analyzed, an individual education plan will be created.

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