Journey Learning Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that was established in 2007 to provide year-round multi-disciplinary therapeutic treatments for students aged 2-7 having autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Our Goal at Journey Learning Center
Journey Learning Center provides year-round services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder utilizing customized treatment approaches appropriate to each child’s specific needs. Strategies employed will include Relationship Development Intervention (RDI), Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), Speech Therapy, and Occupational Therapy. We consult with bio-medical professionals to assist with directing the course of each child’s complete treatment.
Journey Learning Center provides a multi-disciplinary treatment approach for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to maximize the development of their communication, social, sensory-motor and academic skills within a single setting.
"Journey Learning Center is a rare find—a program using a ‘total approach’ that is individualized and as unique as each child. Our child’s goals are meaningful and consistently reviewed and updated. The communication between staff and families is unbeatable. They are truly along for the journey!”
“Since enrolling at Journey Learning Center, our son has made huge strides in academics and communication. Journey is an innovative program run by caring and committed people. Our son loves coming, and we are very happy and grateful he is enrolled here.”
“There is not a single day that we do not thank God for giving us the chance to have our son attend Journey Learning Center. We have seen dramatic improvement including interaction with his sister, receptive language, following simple instructions, and eye contact. His eye contact is so natural now…something his physician told us would not be possible. Journey Learning Center has given us hope that we will find the ‘missing piece’ that will help determine our son’s quality of life.”
“Our family is very excited about the progress our daughter has made since attending Journey Learning Center. She is now quite verbal, is retaining words, and is demonstrating improved eye contact. We are even more excited when we see her write her name, and are grateful for Journey’s consistent potty training schedule we were not able to receive at other facilities.”
Autism now affects 1 in every 59 children
Autism affects 1 in every 42 boys (4.5 times more common among boys than girls)
Autism prevalence figures are growing
Autism is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the U.S.
Autism costs a family $60,000 a year on average
Boys are nearly five times more likely than girls to have autism
There is no medical detection or cure for autism
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