Meeting the unique needs of the whole student.
Tailored treatment programs for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) based on contemporary, family-focused applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy.
Offering Customizable Solutions
Evidence-based educational and intervention resources that help schools achieve success for every student.
LEARN Academy supports schools by offering tailored programs to meet every student’s needs. We understand that students face unique challenges in their academic performance. That’s why we provide a wide range of evidence-based resources to help them succeed.
Think of us as a comprehensive resource for schools. Whether you need help with managing staff and resources or specific therapy services, we can help.
We’ve been collaborating with schools and school districts since 2007. Our partnerships span the country, from Los Angeles to New York and Detroit to Miami. Schools and districts choose LEARN Academy because we offer customizable solutions that support students with autism and special needs.
Our interventions work in various stages of education — from early childhood to post-secondary and special education. We also provide behavioral support for students who need it.
Personal Support and Consultation
At LEARN Academy, our approach is personal. We work closely with students, school staff, teachers, and parents. Together, we develop individualized educational and intervention plans based on each student’s objectives.
Our expertise extends to school funding and organizational requirements. We help schools and districts develop strategies for success. We also support educators by empowering them and providing expert guidance and mentorship.
LEARN Academy understands the importance of involving families in the learning process. We work with them to share effective classroom strategies that can work at home. We foster communication and one-on-one engagement. Our educators organize family workshops and offer after-school programs. We also make sure families have access to online and in-community resources.
Solutions for the Classroom and Beyond
As educators ourselves, our focus lies in advancing knowledge. We analyze data to find trends and share best practices. We partner with top universities to provide internships for graduates. Investing in our staff is crucial to us, whether it’s through our curriculum or providing tuition reimbursement to support further education.
LEARN Academy supports students with special needs by supporting their schools and school districts. Our individualized approach aims to help every child succeed.
At LEARN Academy, we are fully committed to meeting the unique needs of every student. We’ll work with you to find success in the classroom and beyond.
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