The Learning Lane @ The Woodlands

ROOS PROGRAM

The Roo classroom is geared for children who range in age from 12 months to 3.5 years.  The program is Monday-Friday from 9:00-3:00 for the school year.  The Roo child is a young, newly, or fairly newly, diagnosed child who has typically not had previous exposure to intervention – especially intensive intervention.  [Read More]

 

CUBS PROGRAM

The Cubs classroom is geared for children ages 3-7 who have a diagnosis of autism or other developmental disabilities, or exhibit the symptoms of those diagnoses.  The program is Monday-Friday from 9:00-3:00 for the school year.  A child entering the Cub group is one that has a fairly significant delay in language and often accompanying social skills.  [Read More]

 

BEES PROGRAM

The Bees classroom is for children ages 3-7 who have a diagnosis of autism or other developmental disabilities, or exhibit the symptoms of those diagnoses.  The program is Monday-Friday from 9:00-3:00 for the school year.  A child in this  setting may have limited to moderate use of communication skills and be moderately aware of their physical and social environment.  A Bee child may speak in 1-3 words, and not be very spontaneous with their speech.  [Read More]

EAGLES PROGRAM

Eagles classroom at The Learning Lane

The Eagles classroom is geared for children ages 3-7 who have a diagnosis of autism or other developmental disabilities, or exhibit the symptoms of those diagnoses.  The program is Monday-Friday from 9:00-3:00 for the school year.  A child entering the Eagles setting may have moderate to appropriate skills in language, but often is affected with some delay in this area. [Read More]

Social Skills Program

Social skills are everywhere and an important part of every child’s life to get their needs met through appropriate and socially acceptable means, share thoughts, feelings, and knowledge, to participate in social activities with maximum independence, and to make and keep friends.  The Learning Lane’s social skills program provides direct instruction in functional social skills through a comprehensive module system in a “safe” environment, providing children the opportunity to develop the skills needed for success in the social arena. [Read More]