The art of possibility.
At Mosaic Learning Center, we create meaningful and vibrant programs for students with developmental disabilities, (ADHD, Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Trauma, Intellectual Disabilities and other complex diagnosis). As a place of learning and a community partner, we seek to create purposeful experiences and educational opportunities that provide maximum benefit for our students and their families.
We have a deep respect for our students, and for the value of understanding their individual journeys and strengths. Through the discovery and alignment of each student’s unique abilities, we are able to create dynamic instruction that engages more meaningful learning.
Learning for life.
Students at Mosaic explore opportunities for new learning in group, individual, and community settings. Through a combination of teaching techniques, students learn strategies for self-regulation, mindfulness, and interpersonal relationships that enhance their ability to learn academic skills. Each student receives instruction based on the principals of applied behavior analysis (ABA) from our experienced, caring staff.
Who is the staff at Mosaic? We’re special educators, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, behaviorists, and instructors. We develop individualized programs that capitalize on our student’s strengths, addressing areas of challenge, and creating opportunities for meaningful growth.
Many parts. One purpose.
Our approach is similar to the way a mosaic comes together. Understanding the many components that contribute to a student’s growth as a whole, we create a community partnership, continually strengthening the collaboration between our program, community providers, and public schools. The result is more than the sum of its parts: a student who enjoys the process of learning and achieves more than anyone would have dreamed.