We at the Learning Center believe in not simply lecturing students. We reach out to those on the autism spectrum and work to educate them so they can interact with others and so they can one day take care of themselves.
Every student has something special about them, their own particular uniqueness. Rather than working to ensure that they all think the same way, we meet them where they stand and work with their special talents and knowledge.
We hope that one day, our students will have the right social skills and self-care skills to become independent students at public schools.
Our intervention-validated programs work to allow students to work with specialty therapists and teachers that help them to cope with the stresses of the real world.
Behavioral therapy, speech therapy, music therapy, and occupational therapy among the many opportunities that we offer at the Learning Center.
Physical activity and specialized interventions are key to helping our students grow and learn so that they can handle life outside of our facility.
Applied Behavior Analysis is crucial to aiding our students in learning how to cope with new situations and new people. Young children on the autism spectrum find difficulty in a variety of things, and no two students are exactly alike. We work with each and every one of our students to ensure that they are being attended to in a way that’s unique to them and their needs. Sensory overload, for example, is something that can be—to some extent—overcome. Our intervention techniques and occupational therapy aim to help our students at the Learning Center learn how to conquer this overwhelming feeling and manage themselves in stressful and new situations.
Social skills and life skills are our biggest priorities here at our school. We believe in fine-tuning all of these necessary skills so that students can become independent.
The Learning Center believes in constant evaluation of our methods so that we may benefit our students in as many ways as we can. We are always looking for new, better ways to help our students, so please contact us on our Contact page if you learn about any programs that would be beneficial to our student body or faculty.
Notifying the Public of Rights under Title VI
Because the health and safety of our students is the most important thing to us, we ask you to file a complaint with the Learning Center at the Els Center of Excellence if any person believes they have been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. We operate without preference to color, national origin, or race because of this act.
If you need more information about our civil rights program and how to file a formal complaint, please call us at 561-320-9500 (you can also call this number if you need information in another language), e-mail us at Renaissance@rlc2000.com, or come visit our administrative office in person at 18370 Limestone Creek Road, Jupiter, FL 33458.