Children with developmental disabilities can’t be put in a box. Our students are individuals; each with their own unique skills and needs. We design educational plans that are specifically tailored to each student.
Young people with developmental disabilities deserve to receive the therapies, interventions, and supports that are proven to be both effective and safe. Our interdisciplinary team of clinicians is always learning, teaching, and collaborating. We are innovative and scientifically driven.
Our students are part of loving families and diverse communities first and foremost. We know that it is impossible to help a child without working closely with the important people in their lives. We strongly believe in collaborating with families and outside therapists.
Foundry students receive 1:1 instruction using Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) in a small, nurturing classroom environment that operates on a 12-month calendar. Each classroom is co-lead by a certified Special Education teacher and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and further overseen by a senior BCBA clinical supervisor. Instructors are Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs).
We are an interdisciplinary program that encourages collaboration, and our specialized team includes speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and a clinical social worker. We have two sensory gyms, a dedicated room for confidential counseling sessions, and quiet-pull out spaces for receiving speech therapy.