Early Childhood Program (2-6 y.o. children)

Evaluation:

An independent evaluation is inclusive of a records review, parent interview, and an observation to assist in identifying individual learning styles and pre-readiness skills to allow for improved behavioral planning and curriculum development.

Parent & Child Interaction Consultation:

Initial sessions will focus on assessment of skills and goal development to provide direction for future sessions. Sessions are structured to address the predetermined academic, behavioral, and/or functional goals while caregivers observe trainer/s work with the child. Caregivers will have the opportunity to not only observe the entirety of the session but to ask questions and debrief at the end of each session. Identified skills and interventions will be individualized but may be addressed in either an individual or group setting dependent on the targeted skill at that time.

Child:

Initial sessions will focus on assessment of skills and goal development to provide direction for future sessions. Sessions are structured to address the predetermined academic, behavioral, and/or functional goals. Identified skills and interventions will be individualized but may be addressed in either an individual or group setting dependent on the targeted skill at that time.

Example: The child is behind academically and the parents would like to work on attaining additional skills to better prepare the child for kindergarten. Targeted academic skills would be identified through assessment, goals developed, and worked on during sessions.

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