Early childhood is a critical time to lay the groundwork to ensure children have the skills they need to succeed as adults. Children with Autism are no different.
Early intervention is the key to better understanding a child’s unique approach to learning and laying the foundation for long-term outcomes. Language and early learning skills are more easily integrated with play activities at a younger age and the development of these skills is fundamental for independence. That’s what our Love2Learn Clinic (L2L) was designed for.
L2L is a child-led, teacher-directed program that provides 1:1 instruction to children between the ages of 18 months and 5-years-old using the Applied Verbal Behavior (AVB) methodology. Each learner is assessed using the VB-MAPP (Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program), and an individualized treatment plan is created by our program managers within the first few weeks of intervention. All activities are motivation-based and intentionally designed around a child’s interests. For example, many children enjoy playing with cars. When a learner first enters our learning environment, many different language and play skills would be taught within a car activity in order to capitalize on an already motivating and familiar activity.
The clinic is located on our Trellis Learning Center and operates Monday through Friday during fall, spring and summer semesters. Occupational therapy and speech-language therapy services may also available to help supplement the L2L session.
We accept insurance.
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