Early Child Development Center

Our Early Child Development Center (ECDC) is an inclusive environment for all early learners, regardless of diagnosis. Learners in this environment receive support based on their individual behavior and needs.

The ECDC is very much like a half-day preschool with both group and individual instruction. Children will work on goals in a play setting while engaging with preferred items and activities. In addition to working on individual goals, we focus on teaching children the pivotal skills needed to transition to kindergarten or first grade (i.e. sitting in a group, lining up, raising hands, listening to instruction, etc.). Learning is done in a naturalistic fashion that encourages kids to explore and navigate their environment and learn from their peers. The inclusive environment promotes understanding, compassion, empathy, and social adaptability.

The ECDC emphasizes social emotional development, improving behavior, developing communication, social and play skills, teaching pivotal school skills and academic readiness.

At the ECDC we use positive behavioral supports to help children develop social-emotional skills, school readiness skills, and play skills. These sessions are inclusive for all children and are structured with circle time, craft time, center-based time, and physical play with free exploration. 


What Sets Us Apart

We support an integrated program philosophy as we recognize the importance of building mutually beneficial and reciprocal relationships among our youngest generation of both neurotypical and neurodivergent children.

Next Steps

Click below to submit an email request to further discuss enrollment with our Executive Director, Daniel Kurty, BCBA.