Individual Education & Play Sessions

Individual Sessions to Address Your Child's Needs

Education Sessions

  • As a parent, you know your child better than anyone. By understanding how your child learns, you will be able to be your child’s best advocate.

  • Joy Manning, special educator and early childhood specialist, can help address your child's learning needs.

  • You can schedule 1:1 educational sessions for you and your child.

School Children

Children and Youth of All Abilities

  • Our educational services help address the skills your child needs to grow and develop in happy, successful and functional ways. 

  • We serve children of all abilities. Typically Developing and Children with Special Needs. Ages 0-18.

  • 1:1 sessions are based on your child's needs.  Some examples of things you may want to address in a session include:​​​​​​​

    • Academics

    • Learning skills and strategies

    • Attention and organization

    • Behavior

    • Play

    • Social skills

    • Problem solving

    • Regulating emotions

    • Relationship and friend skills

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Teaching Through PLAY 

For kids 6 years and younger: 


  • Every child is unique and learns in different ways. By participating in a 1:1 PLAY session, you will be able to:

    • Identify your individual child’s functional developmental level

    • Understand the levels of development, pinpoint where your child is currently, and what the next steps/goals are for your child

    • Create a sensory motor profile 

    • Develop a play plan specific to your child

    • Learn techniques that you can implement at home that will help your child progress

    • Discuss behavior challenges and strategies to address them

  • As an educational consultant, Joy's goal is to help you gain knowledge and skills that will benefit your child and family for years to come. Therapists and teachers come and go, but families will always be there.  By understanding how your child learns, you will be able to be your child’s best advocate. 

  • To learn more about PLAY and Joy's approach to intervention, Click Here

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