Your child’s mental and physical health is also of great importance to us. Upon your child’s enrollment into our program, we will need to be advised of any possible limitations or restrictions your child may have such as developmental delays, sensory impairment, physical disabilities, behavioral issues, learning disorders, emotional issues, and family history such as living arrangements/custodial arrangements.
Your child’s developmental needs will be discussed with our staff and if further training is necessary, or if additional help is needed for your child, we will do our best to accommodate such needs. One way that we foster an inclusive environment is by encouraging outside resources, such as therapists, to be a part of the care that your child will receive while in our programs. This can include onsite visits by the therapists, participation by our management staff in IEP/IFSP meetings, and in house meetings with any relative outside resource.
Our facilities are committed to providing a conductive learning environment in which all children will be able to have their individual needs met. For additional questions, please feel free to contact any of our locations.