We believe in putting the "FUN" is FUNctional learning skills and socialization.
Children learn as they play. Most importantly in PLAY, children LEARN HOW TO LEARN.
At In Our World TLC, we stress the importance of socialization, communication/language, independence, foundational and functional skills through a play-based, peer-interactive and fun way; the key foundations for helping a child to learn.We believe that learning should be FUN!
We believe in the power of building relationships. We "get it" because our Owner and lead BCBA has lived it! As a parent of a child with moderate autism, her family has done therapy, dealt with schools, and tackled meltdowns and learning challenges. She brings to the table a unique blend of experiences and work backgrounds that helps drive success. We understand the unique challenges that come with autism. This helps us be more flexible, understanding and collaborative.
To drive change with our learners, we must build trust, understanding and a connection to where they will want to be there and work WITH us, not FOR us. We need to know the learner, their strengths and their challenges. We are committed to building those relationships, and emphasizing them throughout our time with the learner in a fun and friendly way. We care about the family unit, the child and their outcomes, and we are here to help!
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Need help short term for your child/adult? We have a highly trained team that can provide consultative services for toilet training, daily living skills, evaluations, being out in the community and challenges around the disability.
School Consultation Services
Our School Consultive team includes
BCBA/Autism Specialist, who worked in the schools and for the IL State Board of Education and Parent
Both have worked in and with schools for many years. We support a collaborative approach when working with the school for the best outcomes for the client. We attend IEPs, train school district/early childhood/daycare teams to know better ways of supporting the client or persons with ASD in the educational environment. If you are a client or a school district, we can need help.