Our team works to ensure that each child receives an education and treatment targeting their cognitive, social, and emotional needs. We conduct an intake and observational period prior to enrollment to get to know our students and their needs. During this time, if a child is identified as needing additional support, we conduct a more in-depth study including parent interviews and assessments. If we conclude additional services are needed, we will support and guide families through the evaluation process and advocate for a child to receive support services. These services include occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, physical therapy, mental health therapy, applied behavior analysis services, psychiatry, and medication management. We will accommodate approved outside providers in our program to the best of our ability in the space we lend in collaboration. Families join us in this process so the child can receive the support he or she needs. If a child’s needs are beyond the school’s resources and training, the school will work with the family to identify a setting where the child’s needs will be met.