Our son is on grade level academically, he has grown more confident with his social skills and when his behavior goes awry, all kinds of modifications are made to help get him back on track.
—Angie from Loveland, OH
Scientific studies increasingly prove the effectiveness of behavior therapy for children affected by autism, particularly related to their cognitive and language skills. Linden Grove School’s Board Certified Behavior Analysts work in collaboration with the entire staff to help students develop the skills to manage their emotions, communicate effectively and learn and play cooperatively.
In addition, the school’s full-time Sensory Coordinator works closely with our Occupational Therapists to ensure every student has an individualized sensory plan to help each him or her stay focused and organized throughout the day. Adults may tap a pencil or chew gum to stay focused, or soak in a hot tub to unwind. Similarly, children need to engage in stabilizing, focusing activities.
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