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TLC's Early Intervention Day Treatment Program treats children ages birth to 4 years old.

Our Outpatient Therapy Clinic treats children from birth through elementary school age.

Our Adult Development Day Treatment Program assists adults 18 years and older with basic life skins and more.

Our EIDT and our Outpatient programs specialize in therapies in many areas.

NDTA Facility Partner

The Learning Center is also a NDTA facility partner Currently 7 of our terapists are NTD certified to improve treatment of children with motor movement disorders.

Skills Taught In Outings

Our adult skills lessons are taught at the adult campus and in a variety of community settings.


My heart can not help but smile when I think of The Learning Center. From my daughter, Bentley’s, first visit at 2 months old until she progressed to Kindergarten at age 6, my precious little girl benefited from the expertise of knowledgeable and caring specialists. I felt like Bentley’s team constantly cheered her on and celebrated milestones that I never thought she would be able to reach, such as walking with a walker, walking without a walker, eating independently, and communicating with her talker. It was obvious Bentley loved her therapists and teachers by the way her face would light up when she saw them! Every question or concern we ever had was addressed with honesty and a plan of action, and as parents, we appreciated this so much. We now have a happy (but very opinionated!) little diva who continues to amaze us with her progress, and we attribute this to the invaluable years at TLC.
Lindsey Woodard


“TLC means hope to me. I think that we give the parents hope and I think that we give the children hope. We are here for their success and to make their lives easier.”
Paula Gann

Preschool Teacher

“Each child does have a funding source but there are many times during the year where their funding is gone or they lose their funding and they continue to receive services during that time; and, I think that is one thing that is unique about an an agency like ours. Individual donations, corporate donations, and United Way Funding are crucial to allow us to continue to provide the services that these individuals need.”
Robin Daniel

Director of Finance

“Our daughter Brianna was diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS). We were referred to The Learning Center by her doctor. Since Brianna has attended TLC she has made so much progress. She is very happy and excited to go to TLC each day. The staff are wonderful and care about her and the progress she makes. My husband and I are grateful to have TLC in our daughter’s life and our community.”
Jenea Cotter


“I feel very blessed to have my son in a place like The Learning Center. The amount of personal attention and care he is getting is phenomenal. Not only have they helped him make tremendous strides in his language skills, but he loves going there. He actually clapped his hands enthusiastically one morning as we drove onto the parking lot. The teachers, aids and therapists clearly have a heart for the work they do. The love they have for their students is undeniable and I will be forever grateful for their commitment and dedication towards students like my son.”
Holly Hall