Our transition program focuses on meeting the individual needs of each child. Our team of Developmental Therapists focuses on building a strong relationship with each child to help support their ability to enhance the child's strengths, while challenging them to meet their goals. Within this program, students will enhance their capacity for self-regulation, relating and engaging with others, communication, ideation, as well as gross motor skills, fine motor skills, and foundation academic skills.

Students in the transition program receive 1:1 instruction and have an individual program plan based on their Functional Emotional Developmental Capacities (FEDCs). Throughout their day, students will work towards communication, social, play, and academic goals that are appropriate for their development. Students will also integrate into group programs and participate in the classroom routine with the support of a Developmental Therapist.

Intro to The Transition Program

Who is the Transition Program for? Children between 3 and 18 years of age who would benefit from an individual program plan and a specialized learning environment to help them master social, emotional, physical, and cognitive skills. The Transition Program maintains a multi-sensory approach to learning, where each child will engage in experiences to help them develop and master skills that go beyond the classroom and generalize into the social world.

The Curriculum