A typical Children's Academy student has struggled in a school setting as a result of one or more of the following:

  • language-based learning disability (apraxia, pragmatic language delay & social skills delay, dyslexia, expressive & receptive language delays, reading and writing disorders)
  • executive function disorder
  • difficulty with sensory processing
  • gross and fine motor coordination issues

A Children's Academy student:

  • demonstrates social motivation and developing social skills
  • seeks out peer interactions
  • is toilet trained
  • is an independent eater
  • is able to participate in small group learning with appropriate supports

We are not an ABA school and do not utilize behavioral therapy.  Rather our students benefit from a 12-month language-enriched multi-disciplinary teaching environment that focuses on small group learning.