Toddler Achievement Program (TAP)
BCOTB’s ABA-Therapy based TAP program is designed to provide a nurturing, individualized, and comprehensive program for toddlers to develop vital language, social, and adaptive skills within the context of play to help children meet critical developmental milestones. 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.
Whether your child has received a diagnosis or not, we are here to help.
1.5 – 3.5 Years Old
“The growth my daughter experienced while enrolled in the TAP program at BCOTB was the best thing we’ve ever done for her. She was able to integrate into her public school Pre-K class in a way we as parents only dreamed of. Thank you BCOTB, you changed our lives.”
– Parent of 5-year-old in TAP
Growth Through Play
The Toddler Achievement Program (TAP) is designed for young learners, 1.5-3.5 years old. The main goals of TAP are to work on communication skills, age-appropriate daily living skills, peer play, and foundational learning skills that will serve as a base for more complex skills. The entirety, or vast majority for children on the older end, of the session will take place in the natural environment, such as the playroom, to capitalize on the child’s interests and motivation. An idea of an example schedule you could expect for your child in the Toddler Achievement Program looks like this below:
TAP 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.
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.”