The Early Intervention preschool at LBC aims to set our learners up for success by developing and reinforcing socially significant skills needed to gain independence and flourish in not only a classroom setting but also everyday experiences. Your child will have opportunities to work on building and strengthening their skills in play, socialization, independence with daily living skills, as well as skills to support future success with academics and learning. Our preschool group strives to provide the necessary support to work on these goals with your child while also representing the environments your child will experience outside of LBC and the home environment.

We take pride in having a very fun, but focused and engaging preschool program. Our certified team of clinicians are trained on creating golden opportunities in a fun and child-like manner. 

The Early Intervention Preschool allows your child to gain the skill sets and confidence needed to not just survive, but thrive in future academic settings


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