Registering your Child

Students are accepted based upon the initial assessment and/or consultation with staff, and approval by the director. Feel free to contact us for consultation and assessment session. During the initial assessment parents will be asked to fill out a registration form.

For your convenience the form is available to download print and complete before you arrive:

Initial Assessment

A battery of developmental tests is administered to each child.

  • Assessments are standardized norm-referenced tests.
  • Competency based checklists, which examine the child’s performance.

Assessment takes approximately ninety minutes (1½ hours) immediately followed by a parental conference relating the results and recommendations. From the Initial Assessment results, an Individual Prescriptive Program is developed.

Individual Prescriptive Program (IPP)

Each IPP can include the development of any of the following:

  • Self-Esteem
  • Attention Span
  • Social Skills
  • Language Facilitation
  • Manipulative – Fine Motor Skills
  • Handwriting Skills
  • Gross Motor Skills used in play
  • Physical Education and Sports
  • Balance
  • Ocular Motor Control
  • Sensory Processing Skills
  • Motor Planning
  • Integration of the Primitive Postural Reflexes
  • Facilitation of the Righting and Equilibrium Reactions
  • Vestibular System

Program

The child’s developmental program is conducted in a small group (1:3) instructor-student ratio. If a one-to-one instructor pupil ratio is required due to the child’s needs, it will be provided.

The Director in conjunction with the Program Coordinator and staff arranges the specific activities for each instructional session. The tasks presented to the student are sequenced, leading to the accomplishment of the Individual Prescriptive Program goals and objectives.

Program sessions are scheduled on a regular weekly time slot. Attendance at all sessions is essential to ensure continuity and success of the program. See Absentee Policy regarding absences.

Program Evaluation

A post-assessment is conducted at the end of the session to determine progress in all priority areas on which developmental activities were addressed. The outcomes of this assessment will be provided in a report and discussed with parents to determine any further needs of the child.

Meeting Times

Each Program Session is six (6) weeks in length for three (3) hours per week totaling eighteen (18) hours. A typical session is a one and one-half (1½-hour) session two days a week (ex. M-W, T-TH). Other schedules are available in order to meet the parent's or child’s needs . Our only request is to have at least one day between program days the child is attending.

Mon - Wed Tues - Thurs
9:00 - 10:30
10:30 -12:00
1:00-2:30
2:30-4:00
4:00-5:30

9:00 - 10:30
10:30 - 12:00
1:00 - 2:30
2:30 - 4:00
4:00 - 5:30
4:00-5:30

OR

Hours of Operation

Mon - Wed - Friday Tues - Thurs

9:00 - 12:00

1:00 - 5:30

9:00 -12:00

1:00 - 5:30

Calendar

Download our current calendar here:

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Payment Options

  • Paid in full with registration
  • 50/50 (one-half the first week and second-half the fourth week)
  • Bi-weekly payments
  • Weekly payments
  • Paid in full at end of the program

Payment Policy

We look forward to providing services to your child. The implementation of the following payment options allows us to maintain professional and affordable services.

  • Payment must be made in full by the last day of the six-week session.
  • Late payments will be referred and handled by professional services.