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Program Features

Mighty Oaks Learning Center offers programs for children aged 3-6 years. We cater for children in mainstream schools who require small group support to build up a better foundation of skills, as well as to young children in need of an intensive early intervention. We have a high success rate in transferring our students to local and international mainstream schools.

The following principles make the Mighty Oaks programs effective:

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  • Excellent staff.  This makes us really stand out. We only employ well-trained, experienced special educators and therapists with strong relationship skills. All teaching staff, including assistant teachers, receive training the principles of DIR-Floortime. All therapists are senior staff so they produce great results. And where else do you get daily input from someone as experienced as Dr. Suvi!

  • Open door policy. We welcome parents and caregivers to come and observe us work with the children any time. Just let us know in advance so there are not too many people there are the same time.

  • Individualization & flexibility. Mighty Oaks programs are completely individualized for each child, rather than trying to fit the child into an existing program. We are flexible and adaptive to children’s evolving needs. Each child’s program is reviewed monthly.

  • On-going staff training. Our in-house training and staff supervision ensures high quality service & staff motivation. We receive monthly consultations by external Floortime consultants in the USA. In addition, all staff is receiving formal training in DIR-Floortime.

  • Intensity & effectiveness. Our high staff ratio and small group size  ensures that each child is fully engaged in meaningful activities throughout their time with us. There is no time to tune out! Input from speech & language therapists and occupational therapists is integrated in everything we do in the classroom.

  • Playfulness. Children learn best when they are having fun. Our teachers use motivating hands-on activities and a playful approach to learning.

  • Family involvement. Parents are active collaborators in the program. An open door policy, daily communication, and parent coaching ensure that parents learn how the child can be supported at home.

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