VERONA — The Children’s Institute has openings in its preschool program to accept children, ages 3-5, who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders, CEO/Superintendent Dr. Bruce Ettinger announced.
“The school is expanding, making these openings possible. We are now accepting records for students to begin in July, 2012,” he explained.
At The Children’s Institute in Verona, a private, non-profit school approved by the New Jersey State Board of Education, preschoolers with autism spectrum disorders are offered a full day of intensive, 1:1, data-driven instruction based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. The school is affiliated with the nationally recognized Carbone Clinic, and has in-house board certified (BCBA) behavioral analysts.
“As the number of children affected by autism grows, so too does the body of research showing the importance of effective, intensive behaviorally-oriented intervention,” continued Ettinger.
The Children’s Institute serves children from northern New Jersey, including Essex, Union, Morris, Hudson, Middlesex, Passaic, Bergen and adjoining counties. For more information, visit www.tcischool.org.
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