Join The Adaptive Learning Center in our 40 Days Campaign to not only raise $40,000 for scholarships, but to also raise awareness for partnerships, community impact and successes because of inclusion. Together, we can continue to support education and youth by offering children with special needs the opportunity to participate in life-changing Inclusion programs.   Check back for information added during the 40 Days Campaign.

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As part of ALC Inclusion Awareness Week, ALC will be hosting a special event on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at Peachtree Road United Methodist Church. We hope you can join us to hear from area specialists about the Fundamentals to Help Raise Children in a Technology Driven World. Admission to this event is free. Click HERE To Sign Up

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The Adaptive Learning Center (ALC) is pleased to announce their 1st Annual ALC Inclusion Awareness Week, which will be held the week of February 5-9, 2018. The idea of an ALC Inclusion Awareness Week was introduced in order to raise awareness of inclusion in our preschool, as well as in our community. We hope to use this opportunity to reach out to our families to share the importance of inclusion and how it benefits all […]

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One in five people has a learning disability and autism is the fastest growing serious developmental disability in the U.S.  Click here to learn more. 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 […]

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Innovative; National role model; Unique. These are just a few of the terms professionals and parents have used to describe The Adaptive Learning Center’s Preschool Inclusion Program over the past 35 years! The Adaptive Learning Center was created in 1982 as an early intervention program by Susan Tauber.  In 1998, ALC moved to a new model as research began to reveal that the best education for children with special needs is an inclusive environment.  This new model enabled […]

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For children with special needs, an inclusive preschool program provides belonging, acceptance and developmentally appropriate practices.  By not self-containing a special needs child, especially at this early age, it enables them to learn typical development skills directly from teachers and classmates.  And in turn, their classmates also understand that differences does not mean different. Some of our Preschool Inclusion Program participants have been diagnosed Cerebral Palsy.  The Adaptive Learning Center is working to bring awareness […]

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We are so grateful for the Adaptive Learning Center! With the help of an inclusion specialist our daughter has been able to attend a typical preschool with her typical peers. This has given our daughter a great foundation for learning and set her up for success in a typical world.   Six years ago, we found out at our 20 week ultrasound that Reese would be born with the most severe form of spina bifida […]

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The Adaptive Learning Center’s Executive Director, Charles Schoen, received a letter from a parent in one of ALC’s partner preschools. Her children were not in the ALC program but had children in classes with kids in the program. This is a part of the letter expressing what a difference ALC made in her children’s lives. “Having children that attended from 2yr old to 5/6, I’ve appreciated the program. We have loved our teachers, and the […]

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The Adaptive Learning Center posted an article on our facebook page, “Looking Beyond the Autism Label.”  Executive Director, Charles Schoen, wanted to share his comments and help bring awareness to this issue in our community.  After reading this article, it hit home why ALC is so important to the community in Atlanta. It is so important for people to understand that time is the enemy of Autism. It happens that professionals can be wrong in […]

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The Adaptive Learning Center enables children with special needs to learn, play and grow with other students in preschool classrooms. We are the only organization in Georgia that fully integrates children with special needs into typical preschools – with individualized support from special education teachers. Our partnerships with some of Atlanta’s finest preschools enable children to learn and play alongside their peers in a warm and caring environment. In classes with 90 percent or more […]

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