The Learning Center’s preschool program serves children from birth to five years of age with developmental delays.
Qualified staff members provide the preschooler with an opportunity to develop physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually.
Professional staff members realize that these capabilities must be developed if each preschooler is to realize his right to personal satisfaction and fulfillment. Speech, occupational, and physical therapy are also available to children that need these services. The goal of the preschool is to help each child reach his/her maximum potential in their personal development.
Therapy Staff working with children in areas of –
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Early Intervention (provided to children under the age of three)
The Learning Center also offers developmental services for adults with disabilities. A primary goal of this program is to teach these adults functional life skills needed for personal independence in caring for themselves and their environment and in accessing the community. These skills include cooking, laundering, personal care, socialization, leisure activities and general knowledge of how to communicate their needs and wants. Community-based integration is another vital part of these services. The knowledge of each individual’s personal environment and how to participate and interact within that environment is a primary goal of this program.