Monarch Early intervention
Ages 1½ to 6 years old
Early intervention is the greatest tool to support childhood development in an integral and intensive way.
At Monarch Therapy School it is our intention to provide our students with a multidisciplinary program that supports the development of language, socialization, motor skills and cognition at an early age to provide them with the necessary tools to achieve a successful inclusion into a future school setting.
Our students work through the Early Start Denver Model with a carefully planned schedule that provides practices in language and communication, cognition, fine motor skills, gross motor skills and daily routines. Our therapeutic program enriches this curriculum as our students receive one on one support through out the day to build language skills using the VIS™ Model, which the team of professionals from the Boston Children’s Hospital supervise; DIR®/Floortime™ sessions; and occupational therapy is also provided daily. A sensory diet accompanies our student’s interventions to maintain an optimum learning environment.
The Monarch Model™ also integrates work within four core goal areas that include, self-awareness and self-regulation, relationship development, executive functions and academic competence. The Monarch Institute for Neurological Differences in Houston Texas, USA, supervises our work thus creating an intensive and highly professional for each one of our students.