The Adaptive Learning Center Can Help with Early Intervention
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Early diagnosis is crucial in terms of a child’s learning capacity and the ability to advance to a typical Kindergarten class. ALC’s screening process helps parents make sense of the child’s behaviors and challenges, guides intervention, helps identify critical support needs and ensures a child’s needs can be met in our Program.
Following the screening and observational period, a customized Therapy Education Plan (TEP) is developed for each ALC student. Functional goals and objectives are defined to help the child progress.
Inclusion Specialists utilize strategies and intervention standards to meet each child’s needs. Email reports keep parents and therapists informed of the child’s progress. In addition, parents receive valuable guidance and support in planning the next steps to kindergarten and beyond.
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