Therapeutic Preschool & Kindergarten

Therapeutic Preschool & Kindergarten

Why is our therapy so successful? Because for children with autism, it feels like play.

Circle time, playground fun, field trips. Your child can receive individualized ABA therapy, speech therapy, and occupational therapy all while having a fun and social preschool experience.

Taught by our therapy team, our classrooms use Naturalistic Developmental Behavioral Intervention (NDBI). Our NDBI approach in the classroom uses ABA therapy in a play-based and developmentally appropriate order.

A small class with 1:1 therapist support will teach your child important school readiness skills. Plus—they’ll have fun and form friendships along the way.

Pint Sized Pals (Birth to 3)
Where tiny tots learn early socialization through play

Our infant-toddler group serves as an introduction to early socialization in a group setting. Several areas of development will be targeted such as cognitive, social, communication, and adaptive skills.

Play Pals Preschool (Ages 3 to 5)
Where little ones get ready for school

Our therapeutic play-based preschool and kindergarten prep program teaches your early learner the skills they need to successfully transition into a district kindergarten with minimal supports. It’s a dynamic, evidence-based curriculum focused on communication and self-care, giving children the building blocks for meaningful relationships.

Play Pals Kindergarten (Ages 5 to 6)
Where kinder-bound kids get extra support

Our play-based, therapeutic program provides children additional support, practice and instruction before they transition to public or private kindergarten. We use evidence-based curriculum to help your child learn independence and social skills. They will become comfortable with classroom and playground routines and gain the ability to learn naturally in a group setting.

The fun of preschool with therapeutic support

Where little ones get ready for school
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Upcoming Events

Client Success Story - The Benefits of Early Intervention and Continued Support into Adolescence
3.29.23 from 12 pm - 1 pm CST
3.30.23 from 7 pm - 8 pm CST

Free to Be Who You Are: Autism Treatment through a Neurodiversity Lens

4.27.23 from 12 pm - 1 pm CST
4.26.23 from 6 pm - 7 pm CST

The Importance of Joint Attention in Early Intervention for Autism

5.23.23 from 12 pm - 1 pm CST
5.23.23 from 7 pm - 8 pm CST

A Tale of Two Spectrums: Understanding Gender and Autism

6.29.23 from 12 pm - 1 pm CST
6.29.23 from 6 pm - 7 pm CST