Roosevelt Cognitive Skills
Empowered Learning Transformation Centers
EDUCATE Igniting Curiosity
We strive to improve the lives of our students through education of Academic, Behavioral, Cognitive, and Social Skills.
It is important to have teachers & therapists engaging students to learn and parents involved at Empowered Learning Transformation Centers in both student programs and school activities.
Believe in your children and champion their educational opportunity at Empowered Learning Transformation Centers. Our students and devoted parents inspire us each and every day!
WE BELIEVE CHILDREN WITH AUTISM CAN LEARN TO COMMUNICATE, SOCIALIZE, AND BECOME PRODUCTIVE MEMBERS OF SOCIETY. MANY CHILDREN WITH AUTISM ARE CAPABLE OF LEARNING AGE-APPROPRIATE ACADEMICS, AND GIVEN THE PROPER AMOUNT OF EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT, CAN THRIVE.
WHO WE ARE
We are a not-for-profit, private school established in 2005 as a full-service k-12 educational center for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
WHAT WE DO
Given that no one child is just like another, we offer the opportunity to integrate a variety of curriculum and methodologies to meet each child’s individualized educational goals.
WHY WE DO IT
We saw a need to develop a program based on individual learning assessments that is developed professionals on a personal level.
Our full day classroom model is for children who are able to demonstrate
performance skills close to grade level of typical student expectations.
The goal of this classroom is to increase social thought and perspective, problem solving, cognitive flexibility, and executive functioning skills by providing explicit social skills training daily. Typically, these students have good social intent but need more intensive teaching and practice on how to navigate our social world. Many of the children in this group have high levels of anxiety along with sensory integration disorders, with little understanding of coping skills and self-regulation of mood, thoughts, and actions. Social Skills classes teach a range of topics, including social awareness, how to be in a group, conversation skills, social problem solving, emotional regulation, and play skills. After explicit training, social skills are practiced throughout the day including during academic lessons. The majority of instruction in this classroom is done through several Social Skills Curricula.
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