What We Believe
- Language is the foundation for learning.
- Children with speech, language and learning difficulties often have average to above-average learning potential.
- Many children with learning differences go undiagnosed and experience self-esteem, social and academic challenges.
- Early identification and intervention are fundamental to successfully helping children with language-based disorders.
- Children with speech and language delays learn most effectively through evidence-based practices, including multi-sensory, whole language, and literacy-based activities.
- Low student-to-teacher ratios enable individual student needs to be met more effectively.
- To provide therapy-based programming in a supportive and accepting group environment.
- Foster and grow individual self-esteem.
- Enhance communication, social skills, and academic readiness.
- Develop unique treatment plans to allow students to progress through the curriculum successfully.
- Develop compensatory skills.
- Promote parent involvement.