WE WALK ALONG WITH YOU AND YOUR CHILD ON THE JOURNEY TO RECOVERY
Special Learning is passionate about its Global Mission: To improve the lives of 70 million people in the world living with autism. They have spent years developing, improving and putting together world-class resources to help your child achieve a better quality of life.
Aside from a thoroughly designed special needs homeschool curriculum for children with autism and other special needs, parents around the world can choose from an extensive library of training and educational materials suited to fit all need levels, from early intervention through adolescence and adulthood:
- Learn how to use Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) – from Basic to Advanced
- Learn treatments to address specific problem behaviors
- Learn how to use ABA to teach new skills – like toilet training
- Download their social stories curriculum to teach basic social and life skills
- Use their flashcard curriculum to teach language and communication skills
Special-Learning provides quality resources, training, virtual consultation and supervision to individuals who provide direct care to those with special needs. By leveraging technology, they deliver a comprehensive array of special needs homeschool curriculum, autism intervention and ABA educational solutions to parents, educators, Board Certified Behavior Analysts, and other professionals who provide care and support to the special needs population, no matter where they live or work.
With their online Autism and ABA Training, virtual BCBA supervision and consulting, ABA curriculum & teaching materials, and independent learning tools, they help transform the lives of people living with autism and other developmental disabilities attain their highest level of independence.
We want to walk with you throughout the whole journey, so please contact us if you have request for additional training areas or suggestions for ways to better meet your needs. We are here to help!
Reach us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Special Learning Review