To ensure we can support parents, children up to eight years old and their families in a way which suits them we have designed different ways for your to receive support.
We provide classroom learning as both full-time and part-time.
Thrive (full time)
Our full-time programme comprises 30 hours of early intensive intervention across five days (Monday – Friday, 9am – 4pm).
Nurture (part time)
Our Nurture programmes comprise 15 hours of early intensive behavioural intervention (EIBI) delivered in five half-day sessions (Monday – Friday)
Based around a three hourly session each week at our Chelsea clinic. This programme with set modules, materials and content is designed to provide parents with education and support about ABA and, at the same time, teach children life-enhancing, developmental skills. The programme is designed and delivered by our expert Board Certified Behaviour Analysts (BCBA) and provides a combination of theoretical and practical ‘hands on’ training.
Following an initial assessment we will design a bespoke programme for your child which will be delivered by out expert Board Certified Behavioural Analysts (BCBAs). An important part of these sessions are the coaching to support for parents to learn ABA skills so they can continue supporting their child throughout the week.
You can read more about these services here: New ways we are supporting parents and children develop skills and learning to make a difference every day — First Bridge Centre