Introducing Circle Care’s Inclusion Program for children with ASD.
Now your child can thrive in a mainstream environment.
With supportive in-class ABA therapy at your preschool of choice.
Special schools are not for everyone.
“Breakthrough research has shown that toddlers with autism are just as capable of learning important life skills through early-intervention delivered in mainstream pre-schools as in specialized settings.”
-La Trobe University, November 12, 2018
You want your child to have the best preschool experience.
You dream of watching them build skills, manage behaviors, develop communication and increase independence. But you’re stuck on deciding how to best achieve this.
Mainstream preschool + hours of afterschool 1:1 therapy?
(So much scheduling. So exhausting. And will the skills worked on out of school even help my child during classroom hours?)
Specialized preschool catering exclusively to children with ASD?
(How will my child learn to integrate or pick up social skills if they only interact with other children with ASD?)
Thankfully, there’s an Option 3…
With Circle Care’s Preschool Inclusion Program
You can have the best of both worlds.
Your child can now receive 1:1 ABA therapy in their mainstream classroom.
Under the direction of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), your child’s therapist will support and guide your child, ensuring they are reaching their personal goals. Your child will be able to progress at their own pace while interacting with a diverse range of children.
The BCBA will regularly re-evaluate progress, coordinate care and train any adults working with your child (teachers, speech or occupational therapists) so that they continuously master and retain new skills.
Here’s how it works:
Circle Care Service will send in a BCBA to evaluate your child’s strengths, weaknesses and areas requiring improvement.
Your child’s BCBA will set and prioritize goals, outlining an individualized roadmap for all members of the care team to follow.
An ABA therapist will work with your child in school,under the supervision of a BCBA, facilitating their developmental, social and academic growth.
Here’s what you’ll get:
Coordination of Care
The BCBA meets with all members of your child’s care team on a regular basis, coordinating schedules and goals across all areas of intervention.
Parent meetings with the BCBA as often as necessary to stay up to date, discuss concerns, and learn how to resolve at-home challenges.
Your child will thrive and master milestones one step at a time with the individualized support they need to reach their personal goals.
When a school is not equipped to meet your child’s needs,
it’s frustrating for you,
frustrating for your child,
and frustrating for the teachers.
With in-class ABA support and the guidance of a BCBA, your child can learn to:
respond to their surroundings
express their feelings
communicate their needs
focus on the task at hand
manage their behavior
at their own pace, within a mainstream classroom.
Here’s what one passionate Preschool Director has to say:
“We couldn’t be more impressed with Circle Care’s Service.”
“Our 4-year-old student has made astounding strides in the classroom! Within the first weeks of beginning in-class ABA support with Ms. Lanisha, the progress was evident. We pride ourselves in being an inclusive early learning center and we couldn’t be more impressed with Circle Care’s Service.”
-Ms. Lisa, Director at Future Generations, Bloomfield, NJ, March 2021
Meet the key players in this sweet success story:
A sweet child who lived very much in her own world. After many failed attempts to draw Isabella into the lessons, join her in her rigid play and encourage her to communicate more, her teacher left her to play as she wished— alone.
Isabella, Determined Mom
Seeking an effective way for her precious daughter to communicate better, Mom reached out to Circle Care Services, New Jersey for help.
Miss Mary, BCBA:
Miss Mary skillfully mapped out a detailed plan to support Isabella in-class and encourage her towards greater engagement with 1:1 ABA.
Miss Danielle, ABA Therapist:
Miss Danielle stepped in, determined to boost Isabella’s ability to connect and communicate with her peers.
After just 1 day of Miss Danielle’s in-class support,
a very happy Isabella came home and for the first time ever told her thrilled mom about her classmates.
Children who learn in a mainstream environment have
The Added Advantages:
It’s so empowering for your child to see that they can blend in with and engage in the same activities as any other child their age.
Learning Social Skills
Interacting with children with more advanced social skills will help your child pick up important skills like patience, compassion, and forgiveness.
Your child will experience stronger social inclusion as a result of belonging to a diverse social circle from a young age.
A mainstream curriculum will give your child the opportunity to learn a broader range of topics. With 1:1 help they can access the content at their level.
Ready for your child to savor the sweet taste of success?
Let’s start making the most of the hours they spend in the classroom!