It takes a lot of work by a lot of people (including parents and caregivers) to help your child reach his or her potential. Most children will make progress when provided with effective instruction and support, but each child will progress at a different pace. There are many factors that may impact progress. Factors like your child’s health, behavioral challenges, quality of program, and how challenging it is for them to carry over their skills to important settings (like your home or in the community) all influence how quickly progress is made. Parent and caregiver training is an important component in our services as you are your child’s first teacher. Our professionals will equip you with the psychoeducation required for continued progress in your child’s behavioral health.