The Early Learning Institute believes families are an integral part of the child’s programming and provides many services to support families. Through family engagement programming, we ensure families are involved in the development of their child’s program and have opportunities to attend informational sessions about applied behavior analysis and specific approaches that are effective with children with ASD.
We know from research that children with ASD experience optimal outcomes when families are directly involved in the delivery of applied behavior analysis and can ensure behavioral therapy is administered across all of the child’s environments. In addition to family engagement and informational sessions, we provide ABA training to all families so that they learn to administer many of the procedures used within the Early Learning Institute.
Frequently asked questions from families about the Early Learning Institute
Is my child eligible for the Early Learning Institute?
Children must meet the following requirements: (1) have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, (2) be between the ages of 2-4 by September 1 of the year in which they enroll in the fall, and (3) be eligible for a high level (greater than 24 hours per week) of behavioral therapy. The Early Learning Institute will conduct a preliminary screening to help determine a recommended treatment level.
What can I do if my child is not eligible, or the program is full?
We are happy to help guide you by giving you referrals to other program options in your area.
How do I enroll my child in the Early Learning Institute?
The enrollment process begins by contacting us to ask questions or schedule a tour, and then submitting a completed application, along with required paperwork. Learn more about the enrollment process.
What does a typical day look like?
Do you accept insurance?
Yes. We accept Medicaid, BCBS, and BCN.