Children’s Workshop is a California Department of Education certified non-sectarian, nonpublic school that is part of The Institute for Effective Education’s family of schools.
Our commitment to quality education
The administration and staff of Children’s Workshop are dedicated to implementing Applied Behavior Analysis, Direct Instruction, and other research validated teaching methods to greatly improve the achievement of young students with severe disabilities associated with autism and other developmental disorders. We strive to provide our students with the necessary foundation skills so they can benefit from education in more typical and less restrictive settings.
Children’s Workshop enrolls up to 50 students, aged 3-12, with severe communication, learning, social, and behavior problems associated with autism and other developmental disorders. Our students require precise, specific instruction in small groups with many 1:1 opportunities in order to learn new skills.
- Asperger Syndrome
- Down Syndrome
- Medical disorders
- Developmental Disabilities
- Behavior & Emotional Disabilities
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Hearing Impaired
- Multiple Disabilities
Qualified staff and quality programming
Children’s Workshop is a highly structured ABA program, providing discrete-trial and incidental learning opportunities for its students in a safe school that emphasizes positive reinforcement for desired student behaviors. Our team includes credentialed special educators, a Speech/Language Therapist, and an Occupational Therapist and is led by a Program Coordinator and Director, both of whom are Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA).
We make learning as fun as possible for our kids.