Early intervention and specialized care replace obstacles with opportunities at Special Care.

We help children with special needs discover their abilities. Through compassion and love, we give children a chance to use their wings. Early childhood education, specialized care, and on-site therapeutic services At Special Care, we replace obstacles with opportunities. Creating bright futures for children, with and without special needs.

Special Care serves children, ages 6 weeks through kindergarten, with high-quality early childhood education. Each class is designed to meet the educational, therapeutic, and emotional needs of each child. Individualized education plans are designed for each student and addresses particular areas for cognitive, social-emotional, and physical development. Read More

Special Care provides year-round before and after care for students, ages birth to 21 years of age. We also provide all-day summer and holiday programs for school-aged students. In typical childcare settings, a child would "age out" of their program around 10-12 years of age, when the child could presumably be of age to stay by him/herself.
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Special Care provides on-site physical, occupational, speech and behavioral therapy to our students. Therapy is critical for children with special needs in order to reach their full potential. With 11 therapists, students are able to receive high-quality therapy when they attend Special Care. Therapists are able to work with teachers to be able to bring what a student is working on in therapy to the classroom. Read More

Inside Special Care

Learn About Our Therapies

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy focuses on helping children with a physical, sensory, or cognitive disability be as independent as possible in all areas of their lives. Occupational Therapy can help children with various needs improve their cognitive, physical, sensory, and motor skills and enhance their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy focuses on receptive language (or the ability to understand words spoken to you) and expressive language (or the ability to use words to express yourself). It also deals with the mechanics of producing words, such as articulation, pitch, fluency, and volume.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy is often recommended to children who have experienced injuries or who have mobility problems from an illness, disease, or disability. Physical Therapy improves quality of life, increases range of motion, strength, coordination, mobility skills and balance.

Behavioral Therapy

Special Care provides on-site Behavioral Therapy to students in need. Our Behavioral Therapists use Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to bring about meaningful and positive change in behavior of children, primarily on the Autism Spectrum.