A Look At Typical Communication Goals For Children During Autism Therapy

5 December 2019
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For children who have autism, challenges with communication are often some of the biggest challenges to overcome as they grow and start school. Parents of children with autism should consider child care programs that provide autism therapy every day because early intervention therapy can help the child grow to be more functional and capable adults. Communication-based therapy is a big part of these programs. Take a look at some of the communication goals that are usually in place for children who are in autism therapy. Read More 

Tips For Choosing The Right After-School Program For Your Child

1 August 2019
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Many households have two working parents, so it can be very difficult to ensure that parents are able to pick their child up from school at the end of the school day. If your work schedule does not align with your child's daily school schedule, a simple solution is to find an after-school child care program. When your child is enrolled in an after-school child care program, you can have the peace of mind of knowing that he or she will spend time in a safe and fun environment until you can pick him or her up. Read More 

3 Keys For Finding Pre-K For Your Child

12 October 2018
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If you need to get your child started on the right foot of their educational journey, it starts a lot earlier than you think. In addition to working with them on their math, colors, letters and life skills, you'll want to find a pre-kindergarten program that will enrich your child and let them thrive as they begin their education. With this in mind, keep reading so that you are able to make the most out of these decisions, so your child is taken care of. Read More 

2 Tips For Dropping Your Child Off At Daycare For The First Time

23 September 2017
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The very first time you drop your child off at daycare can be a difficult day for both of you. This is something that is new and something that can be a bit scary. In order to ensure that the drop off goes well, or at least as well as possible, there are certain things that you can do to prepare both yourself and your child. This helps you be less emotional and stronger for your child, and it helps them to feel more safe and less anxious when you drop them off at daycare. Read More 

What To Look For In A Child Care Center Behavioral Plan

17 August 2016
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The average child can spend more than 30 hours a week in child care. With so much time spent at the child care center, it goes without saying that providers can have a significant impact on a child's development. Make sure this impact meets your expectations, particularly when it comes to behavior concerns. Most licensed centers are required to have a behavioral plan in place to outline their polices regarding this matter. Read More