• ​Ages 2 to 5 years old, with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder or with a Developmental Delay.

  • Customized meals adapted to each child dietary needs. All of our meals are dairy free, gluten free, peanut free and 100% all natural.

FREQUENT ONE ON ONE ATTENTION

Our small groups setting allows for ample time with the teacher and teacher assistant, which strengthens the academic foundation and promotes future success. It also allows the teachers to be constantly aware of group dynamics. They can monitor the interactions between children and redirect activities when necessary. Children are often loving, respectful and helpful with each other, but other times they need guidance and redirecting on how to properly behave in groups. Small groups setting allows to successfully redirect children as needed and receive the proper attention they need to learn how to socially interact with each others.


PARTNERING WITH FAMILIES

MARP families receive daily communication notes, and they are invited to attend family networking and training sessions. Families’ involvement is key in the success of the recovery of each child.

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About Us

  • Founded in 2017 - License # F11MD0735

  • ABA therapy approach, emphasizing social skills and language development through play.

  • Small groups allow for individualized approach to each child’s education, development and potential recovery.

WHY A SMALL SCHOOL?

MARP offers an individualized approach to each child’s education, using ABA therapy approach and other strategies to help them reach their full potential. The small group size and family setting are core strengths of the program.

A HOME AWAY FROM HOME

Preschool should be a home away from home. At MARP, we share that conviction. We believe preschool should be a transition from home to elementary school, not just an immersion of the child in a large group of young children.


LIKE A LARGE FAMILY

At our school, children join a small group in which teachers and students interact closely. The child’s first school experience is like widening their own family – adding just enough diversity to enrich it, while always feeling safe and loved.