CAMDEN, N.J. (PRWEB) November 14, 2018
Catapult Learning, the nation’s largest provider of special education and instructional intervention solutions, today announced it acquired Capital Education Group (CEG), a leading provider of behavioral health services and private school programs for children with autism and other specialized learning needs. The CEG acquisition enables Catapult to accelerate the company’s mission of integrating educational and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services, with a goal of improving outcomes for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.
Capital Education Group’s expertise in addressing autism spectrum disorders and delivering ABA services outside of the school environment complements Catapult’s 40+ year commitment to helping students succeed, regardless of the learning obstacles or other challenges they face. This transaction augments Catapult’s ability to support families more holistically, addressing both their educational and behavioral healthcare needs.
“We were immediately attracted to Capital Education Group’s outcomes-based programs and strong management team,” said Jeffrey Cohen, CEO of Catapult Learning. “This acquisition enables Catapult Learning to provide more services to our students with autism spectrum disorders across the country, blending education and behavioral healthcare in a way that drives better outcomes for our students and their families.”
Today, CEG operates a portfolio of programs designed to address the needs of children with autism, including three Auburn School campuses, multiple ABA clinics and an in-home program, covering the mid-Atlantic. The Auburn School is an independent day-school, offering stimulating educational programs for intellectually engaged students with challenges in the areas of communication, socialization, language, and organization. Auburn simultaneously supports the development of academic skills, social competency and pragmatic language in an engaging educational environment. Through Little Leaves, CEG provides in-home ABA services dedicated to helping children with social, communication, and behavioral challenges grow and succeed. Capital also manages several Little Buds clinics, a center-based ABA program for young children with an autism spectrum disorders operated in a preschool-like setting. At Little Buds, each client works one-on-one with a trained therapist on individualized goals with a focus on social communication, social interactions and school readiness skills.
“This acquisition unites two like-minded companies that are devoted to helping children succeed,” said Marina Major, president of Capital Education Group. “We’re excited to bring the resources of Catapult Learning to bear on the exceptional track record Capital Education Group has with the communities we serve.”
About Catapult Learning
Catapult Learning, Inc. provides education solutions that generate demonstrable academic achievement and better life outcomes for students, regardless of the learning obstacles and other challenges they face. The company’s team of over 5,000 educators works to achieve sustained academic gains and build teacher and leadership capacity through evidence-based programs that include special education, intervention services, alternative education programs, and professional development solutions. Founded in 1976 and headquartered in Camden, New Jersey, Catapult Learning partners with more than 500 school districts nationwide. Catapult Learning is accredited by AdvancED. http://www.catapultlearning.com
About Capital Education Group
Capital Education Group’s mission is to change lives through leadership in education. Capital Education creates national model programs for students with autism spectrum disorder and other specialized learning needs. The company operates The Auburn School (Baltimore, Fairfax & Silver Spring Campus); Camp Aristotle (Baltimore, Fairfax & Silver Spring Campus); Little Leaves Behavioral Services (DC and Baltimore Metro Areas); and Little Buds Program (Silver Spring & Reston with Baltimore coming in 2018). http://www.capitalschools.org