our programs

We believe in relationship building and flexibility. We must have a connection with your child in order to have any success.

education

Our unique style of ABA techniques and Montessori practices is integrated into traditional education subjects like math, science, and English. Montessori is a hands-on approach. Your child chooses what they want to learn about under the larger theme or picture of what we are learning. We use coloring sheets, manipulatives, toys and more to teach. Montessori based education is geared toward each child, their level, and what they want to learn.

life skills

We believe in teaching life skills that go beyond the classroom so our children can go home and help at home with chores and be a part of their family. Our children learn how to wash dishes, clean tables, sweep, vacuum and more. We want them to be able to fully integrate into their families and have long-term life skills.

peer ambassadors.

Our Peer Ambassador Program provides adults opportunities to serve breakfast to local businesses in Greenville. Once our children have graduated or aged-out of other programs and government services, they still need a purpose. This program is an opportunity for these adults to be integrated into the community.

outside programs

Our children learn respectful play, sensory integration, positive interactions, visual and auditory processing both in and out of the classroom. Not only do these programs help with social and occupational skills but they are fun!

Some of the outside programs we host each week are: 

social skills & interactions

Social skills and interactions are important because we want our kids to be able to go into the community, go into a group situation and succeed. We want them to have real-life experiences and be around people successfully and be functioning members of society. Field trips are just one way we work through building these skills. Our students eat out at restaurants and go on other field trips like the library, tour a farm, aquarium, zoo.

social skills & interactions

Social skills and interactions are important because we want our kids to be able to go into the community, go into a group situation and succeed. We want them to have real-life experiences and be around people successfully and be functioning members of society. Field trips are just one way we work through building these skills. Our students eat out at restaurants and go on other field trips like the library, tour a farm, aquarium, zoo.