Our objective is to learn all we can about your child.

Our intake meeting allows us to thoroughly understand the needs of your child, your hopes and dreams, and make sure we can provide the needed service.

We perform observations in the classroom and other settings to see how your child performs at schools and in other environments.

Our assessment process is ongoing: we collect data over time to measure what your child is achieving, how your child is changing, and to modify goals as needed.

Multidisciplinary assessments help to look below the surface to understand your child’s strengths and challenges, and to make appropriate recommendations.

We consult with doctors and other specialists as needed.

Diagnoses can be used to guide our efforts, but are not always necessary to implement intervention. We see diagnosis not as a label, but as one of many tools that guide our work.

This understanding enables us to discover who your child is and employ the right strategies to support them. This is the foundation upon which we build.

Our assessment process is ongoing: we collect data over time to measure what your child is achieving, how your child is changing, and to modify goals as needed.

I feel I have an excellent relationship with the teaching staff; I feel really comfortable with the way the class is managed and I get a couple of minutes to talk to the teachers every day.

– Carolina, ELG Parent