By creating a safe engaging environment that encourages children to explore we facilitate learning. Our program is based on what research tells us about child development and behavioral science. At the intersection of these two disciplines we create educational environments that supports each individual child’s physical, communication, social, creative, emotional and intellectual development. We work as a team with early educators, behavioral technicians, parents, and community members to help young children achieve their potential. Science tells us that learning occurs in the context of social relationships and that differentiated instruction to facilitate these relationships is the best way to support learning. Our focus is on teaching children the skills they need to learn from their environment, rather than teaching them a set of information- we focus on “learning to learn” skills. We also know that early childhood is a critical time in brain development, and every moment is a critical opportunity to facilitate learning. Because of this, we expect children to spend their time engaged in meaningful developmentally appropriate activities that take advantage of this critical period.