- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Developmental Delay
- Intellectual Disability
- Emotional/Behavioral Disorders
- Learning Disability
Visit the Evaluation section for more information on screenings and evaluations offered at Clear Lake Children's Center
Support for Parents
Individualized Parent Support
- We offer one-on-one consultation to parents to discuss specific concerns and identify strategies for addressing them.
- We can provide recommendations for a number of issues, including behavior, discipline, academic performance, social skills, tantrums, anger, sensory issues, grief, anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD, and many more.
- We can review a child’s special education records, evaluations, services, and programming to assist parents in making informed educational decisions.
In-Home Parent Training and Behavior Support
- Learn how to implement strategies for improving behavior and communication in the home setting
- Our parent trainer will visit the home to complete a needs assessment in order to identify the most important behaviors to target and then we’ll develop a plan for how to implement the strategies recommended.
- Parents will receive individualized visual supports for the home along with direct instruction and practice in the most effective ways to work directly with their children.
One-on-one support with child/adolescent to address many issues:
- Coping skills
- Social skills
- Impulse control
- Anger management
- Family conflict/divorce
Special Needs Tutoring
One-on-one, individualized tutoring for students in kindergarten through high school, provided by a special education certified teacher. We'll create and utilize specific instructional tools based on your student's needs. Find out more information here.
Consultation to School/Daycare Staff
We offer individualized consultation on a case-by-case basis or group trainings on topics such as:
- Behavior Intervention
- Social skills strategies/supports
- Classroom/schoolwide behavior management
- Educating Students with Autism
- Disability Awareness
- Bullying awareness/prevention
Do you have more questions? Visit our FAQ page