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Hall of Ivy recognizes progression in early childhood development is largely dependent on the education and training of parents and caregivers alike! By providing educational resources, community support, in home trainings, and teacher collaboration our hope is that together we will provide children the opportunity to attain their best individual level of potential to learn and thrive in life. Our initiative helps educate & provide educational services to parents, early childcare centers, daycares, caregivers, medical professionals, school districts, including any individuals wishing to expand their knowledge on pediatric development. Science proves cognitive development in early childhood is optimal before age 5. The community of early childhood educators play a critical role in a child's life trajectory.
Halls of Ivy is committed to providing children with opportunity to reach their maximum potential, through strong early childhood development for a maximum of 20 hours a week. HOI focuses on community support, parent training, and adaptive teaching when targeting goals specifically designed for each client by our team of specialists. A sensory gym, music room, and classroom like environments, allows HOI to provide in depth reports regarding client cognitive development in early childhood as well as physical abilities. Through effective communication, HOI is able to bind all collaborative efforts with various academic and medical professionals who work with your child.
Our community support and FREE resources are created to serve any individuals seeking to expand their knowledge in early childhood development, cognitive development in early childhood education, and Autism. All trainings are by appointment only. Our Halls of Ivy facility is designed to tailor individualized model plan for each client or family seeking help. Learning language on a swing, targeting visual-spatial processing via rock climbing, or activities of daily living like sequencing PB&J's in the kitchen our team is prepared to provide scheduled services from 8am-12pm or 1pm- 5pm daily for children of any neurodiversity.