Aiden is a 4-year-old who has benefited from our sensorimotor classroom program. Aiden used to have difficulty with self-regulation and would demonstrate adverse responses to sensory and vestibular input. However, since participating in this year’s sensorimotor based curriculum, he has demonstrated improved self-regulation and is tolerating various types of sensory and vestibular input. He is happier and as a result, his feeding skills have greatly improved! His speech therapist notes that he is now eating a regular diet and his digestion has improved. This is a significant difference from the start of this school year! We are so happy to see such great outcomes for Aiden! To learn more about our special needs preschool program click here.
Volunteer Elizabeth Sarkisian and her sons Nate and Milton shared the mission of CPNJ with the Maplewood community on Martin Luther King Day at a volunteer fair sponsored by the SOM Community Coalition on Race. The family also invited volunteer fair attendees to illustrate a personalized book for Horizon School students. Check your child’s backpack this week for this special book!