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Our staff includes licensed nurses, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologist, psychologists, early childhood developmental specialists, early childhood developmental technicians, registered behavior technicians, board certified behavior analysts, physical therapists, and transportation staff.
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Special Care For Your Children
Handwriting Without Tears helps children develop their writing skills through multisensory play. Activities with the Wood Pieces Set, Capital Letter Cards, Mat, Roll-A-Dough Letters, Stamp and See Screen, CDs, Slate Chalkboard, and Blackboard use all of the senses to teach directionality, vocabulary and imitation, positions and sequencing skills.
We experience the world through our senses. While we generally teach children about five senses (taste, touch, smell, sight and hearing), there are actually additional senses that are very important to the way we function in the world. Some senses tell us the position of our bodies and others help us keep our balance and remain upright against the pull of gravity. The sensory systems are the gateways of information to and from the brain and body.
The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) is a very popular training tool that provides individuals with an effective and functional method of communication by incorporating pictures within the therapy process.
Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) is a therapeutic approach based on neurological and motor learning principles. The goal is to give individuals who are nonverbal or have limited verbal abilities, a method of independently and spontaneously expressing themselves in any setting.
The Strategies for Teaching based on Autism Research (STAR) Program uses detailed lesson plans, teaching materials, data systems and a curriculum-based assessment for teaching in the six curricular areas of receptive language, expressive language, spontaneous language, functional routines, academic and play and social skills.