Our Day Care center, known as the “Peanut Gallery,” is a licensed facility that specializes in serving children with special needs. Each day is structured with a soothing, reliable routine, which includes:
Kimono Dragons is our highest functioning, most independent group of students at ACT. In this class, we focus on forming social skills, having appropriate conversations and daily living skills. We help this group of students obtain part-time work in the area and implement other inclusion efforts. This class also enjoys group activities, such as:
Shining Stars is our second highest functioning classroom, so many of the students enjoy a number of independence-exercising activities. This class has a mix of students, in terms of ability level, so the more independent students are able to help the less independent ones achieve more.
Chameleons is our third highest functioning classroom at ACT. In this class, we have students who are working on communicating their wants and needs effectively and implementing more socially acceptable behaviors by discouraging loud vocalizing, wandering, inappropriate hand placement, etc.
TLC is filled with students with eclectic ability levels. In this class, we have students with vision impairment, hearing impairment, physical disabilities and intellectual disabilities.The commonality for students in this class are their behavioral or aggressive outbursts. We help students more effectively communicate their wants and needs, which can help reduce their frustration levels.We also keep our students busy with ability-based activities, such as music, arts and crafts and puzzles. Happy students are also much less likely to react aggressively.
Sunshine Club includes students who require the greatest amount of hands-on care. In this group, our students can expect full-service assistance with
Rockin' Robbins is similar to Sunshine Club in terms of ability level, but the students in this class have higher living skills than those in Sunshine Club. The students in this class receive full-service care that includes assistance with feeding, changing and personal hygiene, and they enjoy individual needs-based sensory activities.