Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 25, 2017
The Learning Lane is located in The Woodlands, Texas. Their mission is to make every child feel triumphant in some way every day by providing a positive childhood experience. Learning Lane’s staff provides a broad continuum of direct services, information and support in the areas of behavior, basic learning, cognitive, self-help, motor, and language development. The Learning Lane’s intent is to be recognized by their clients, staff and referral sources as an effective provider of services for children with autism and language delays. They are striving to build an environment in which: services are consumer driven; the highest caliber of staff is retained; diversity is valued; expectations are high; rewards are evident; and outcomes are visible. The Learning Lane is an Applied Behavior Analysis Center serving children ages from 1 to 7 years of age with autism. Inclusion provides a challenging, enlightening, and motivating environment for all children. They try their hardest to ensure that each child is placed in an environment where they will learn and grow.
For more information about The Learning Lane visit their website at http://thelearninglane.com or email them at kristina(at)thelearninglane(dot)com
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