Where science & compassion meet the challenge of autism.
Autism Education since 1988
Alpine Learning Group's Education Program is a New Jersey Department of Education approved school for children with disabilities. Specializing in autism, the Education Program serves learners ages 3-21. Educational programming at Alpine Learning Group is based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the only intervention documented to lead to comprehensive, lasting improvements in the lives of individuals with autism. test.
Alpine Learning Group's Education Program includes:
A full day, twelve-month program for learners 3-21 years of age
Individual assessment of each learner's strengths, challenges and learning style
A wide range of ABA-based teaching techniques expertly individualized to each learner
Intervention in both structured and natural settings
One-to-one and highly structured small group instruction
Individualized programming across a wide range of curriculum areas
Specific programs to promote verbal behavior and social and academic skills
Peer modeling with typical peers for select learners
Individualized, supported inclusion when learners are ready
Structured learning experience/transition program to prepare young adults for employment
Intensive parent training with regularly scheduled home visits
Regular and comprehensive educational assessments
Monthly educational clinics bringing together families, learners and staff
Systematic data analyses to track learner performance
Highly qualified, Board Certified Behavior Analysts to supervise learner programming
Intensive staff training, supervision and evaluation to ensure the highest quality instruction
" Two years ago, we attended our son, Spencer's, 'graduation' from Sullivan Community College. None of this would have been possible without the dedication, commitment and support of Bridget, Kate, and the talented and compassionate teachers and administrators at Alpine. During his 14+ years at Alpine, these professionals provided Spencer with the education and social skills to truly become all that he can be."