We offer on-site, customized, professional learning opportunities.
Our goal is a long term relationship to support educators in sustainable evidence-based, best practice.
Develop all three phases of support needed to be a trauma informed school
Phase 1: Evidence-Based Emergency Response
Phase Two: Proactive Identification
Phase Three: Preventative Community of Care
Uncover the impact of systemic racism through an anti-bias anti-racist (ABAR) lens
Learn how we shift from institutions that hurt to institutions that heal
Stop being an admirer of the problem and become an antiracist
Meet a panel of experts to reduce fear and increase clarity about New Jersey's new curriculum mandates
Learn WHAT we need to teach, WHY we need to teach, and HOW we will integrate it into our curriculum
Resistance and fear comes from the unknown, help your staff and families know exactly what to expect
Develop customized standard operating procedures for students who may pose a threat to themselves or others
Staff will be able to assign a risk level to a student in need and respond in a measured and appropriate way
Implementing these procedures has resulted in a 73% decrease in students needing medical clearance
Utilize evidence-based program consisting of 3 simple steps to help save a life from suicide
Offer hope through positive action
Results in a community trained to intervene early in the chain of survival
Collaborate with your staff through all three phases: assess, service, and build community
Provide professional learning opportunities for students, staff, and families
Offering two plans: comprehensive (we conduct the screening) or consultative (we train your staff to complete the screening)
Train your staff in the gold standard of treatment for depression
Engage staff in professional learning around the impact of toxic stress
Provide school-based CBT to students identified at-risk
Realize the significant impact of trauma, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), and toxic stress
Develop tools for the classroom regarding stabilization, coping , and affect regulation
Learn how to harness the power of positive childhood experiences
Develop community and manage conflict by repairing harm and building relationships
Give voice to both the person harmed and the person who caused harm
Dialogue based decision-making process
According to CASEL, teaching SEL can yield an 11% increase in academic achievement
Staff and students who are happy and motivated work harder, longer, and are inoculated from stress and fatigue
Increase creativity which enhances the ability to find novel solutions to complex problems
Employ predictive analytics to determine students requiring enrichment, supplemental or special services
Create a comprehensive composite scores, reflective of a student's academic performance compared with his/her cognitive abilities.
Utilize historical psychometrics to confidently guide future tier 1, 2, or 3 interventions.
Data mining and scrubbing completed for all district / state assessments
Information is aggregated and presented on one user friendly page
Share color-coded predictive analytics that are easy-to-interpret, and ready to be shared with families, teachers, and administrators
Determine your learners' needs and appropriate individualized education plans by having one of our certified staff members complete the following educational evaluation(s): Psychological, Educational, Social History, Multi-sensory Reading, Speech, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Functional Behavior Assessment
Paraprofessionals can spend the most direct contact with students throughout the day, so take the time to make sure they are properly trained
Cover crucial topics such as: confidentiality, trauma informed practice, mental health, motivation, restorative practices, de-escalation, autism awareness, IEPs, and demystifying standardized testing
We can customize para learning to meet the needs of your district
Customize professional learning for your staff covering topics such as legally defensible IEPs, joint custody and parental rights, FERPA, manifestation determination, and more ...
The more parents are educated, the more we can work together toward the common goal of student progress
Customize parent workshops covering topics such as navigating your child's IEP, demystifying standardized testing, restorative practices at home, motivating your child, suicide prevent, multi-sensory reading strategies at home, and more ...