School Readiness Program (SRP)

Preparing preschool children with vital skills such as positive behaviors, following schedules, responding to instructions, engaging in peer interactions, and participating in group work to build the foundation for success in preschool/kindergarten settings. All of BCOTB’s programs are tailored to our learner’s needs, incorporating verbal behavior programming, feeding therapy, IEP support, FBAs, toilet training, school shadowing, and SRA programs, as needed.

  • Group/individual activities

  • Comprehensive reporting on individual achievement

  • Structured, play-based and table instruction

  • Parent support

Whether your child has received a diagnosis or not, we are here to help.

SRP Program

3.5 – 5 Years Old

S Morgan

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“Receiving a later diagnosis, we were worried about our child’s progress in relation to milestones and if he would be able to enroll into a mainstream classroom. Having BCOTB’s School Readiness Program was a complete game-changer. Our son thrived under the supervision of BCOTB’s BCBAs and therapy team. They even assessed his progress for classroom readiness against standard requirements, allowing us to make the best decision in terms of school enrollment timing, which led to his ultimate success. We are so grateful for BCOTB and their amazing team!”

-School Readiness Caregiver

Success For School

The School Readiness Program (SRP) is designed for preschool aged children who are 3.5-5 years old. The main goals of SRP are to work on communication skills, school readiness skills, age-appropriate daily living skills, social skills, and functional language skills. Approximately 30-45 minutes of each hour will take place in the natural environment and the remainder at the table to prepare your child to succeed in a school environment. An idea of an example schedule you could expect for your child in the School Readiness Program looks like this below.

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SRP Therapy Schedule

Below is a sample schedule a caretaker may expect during one of our programs. It’s important to note every program is structured as individualized therapy for each child.

  • 8:00-8:15: Building rapport and assessing motivation/preferences

  • 8:15-8:45: Communication skills and play skills

  • 8:45-9:00: Table time

  • 9:00-9:30: Communication skills, play skills, and social skills/peer play

  • 9:30-9:50: Table time

  • 9:50-10:00: Social skills/peer play

  • 10:00-10:30: Group responding

  • 10:30-11:00: Daily living skills (e.g., toileting, washing hands, getting dressed, brushing teeth, etc.)

  • 11:00-11:30: Communication skills, play skills, and social skills/peer play

  • 11:30-12:00: Table time

  • 12:00-12:30: Feeding/lunch routine (e.g., independent utensil usage, cleaning up, etc.)

  • 12:30-12:50: Table time and/or playroom

  • 12:50-1:00: Session note review with caregivers

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Find out if ABA Therapy is a good option for your child. Contact the team at BCOTB to discuss your child’s needs and learn how our programming can lead to positive outcomes for the whole family.

“My son loves this place! He goes running in there as soon as we get in the door. We are blessed to be here. He is thriving thanks to the ABA provided here.”

Z. Arroyo

Patient’s Mother

S Morgan
Front End Specialist
Corporate Office

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