Back to Together We GrowIf Your Child is Typical

Because of our inclusive model, where the children are grouped with their age-appropriate peers, all the children regularly associate with other individuals who have a range of physical and mental capabilities.  This exposure gives typical children a chance to understand and accept differences rather than fear them.  Often referred to as the caregivers of tomorrow, our typical children frequently offer to help their medically fragile friends do new things, move around and participate in classwork and activities.  Our inclusive program promotes understanding, compassion, respect and tolerance while giving our children the opportunity to experience and embrace diversity.

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