Bridges (Early Education/Preschool)
Bridges, UCP’s Early Childhood Education program, is a center-based program for toddlers and preschoolers who require individualized supports for a variety of reasons, including behavioral, developmental, motor, sensory, or social needs. In addition to 1:1 behavioral and/or educational support, the Bridges program has access to a variety of consultants in areas including behavioral (BCBA and LCPC), speech, and occupational therapy. The children in our program work on all of these needs while participating in age-appropriate activities, both with peers and individually, including art, music and movement, playground time, circle time, snack, and table activities. Many of these activities require toys, including centers and pretend play.
- Early Childhood Education
- Functional Behavioral Analysis
- Behavioral Protocols
- Treatment Plans
- Applied Behavior Analysis
- Behavior Management
- Speech Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- On-site Board Certified Behavior Analysis
- 1:1 Support in Mainstream Setting Available
REHABILITATIVE AND COMMUNITY SUPPORTS SERVICES – SPECIALIZED
This program is directed by a BCBA, using applied behavioral analysis (ABA), targeting children that need services more intense than RCS skill building program.