Parent Educational Opportunities Provide Tools and Support

Educational opportunities ensure parents have the tools to actively support their child’s development and learning, and help parents feel supported.

Linden Grove School’s Program Samplers offer parents 25-minute sessions led by school staff on topics such as Functions of Behavior, Using Visuals at Home, Anxiety & Your Child, Interoception, Echolalia, and Choosing a High School. Additional sessions offer overviews on some of the specialized programs utilized at LGS including Lindamood-Bell Talkies® and Visualizing and Verbalizing®, Orton-Gillingham, and TouchMath.

LGS also provides parents with information on opportunities available through the Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati and other community partners.

And Linden Grove School regularly seeks extraordinary educational opportunities. Currently, in partnership with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, LGS middle school students are participating in Achieving Independence and Mastery in School (AIMS), a school-based intervention program developed to help students improve executive functioning and other skills to increase academic success; AIMS also includes four educational sessions for parents.

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