ACADEMIC & BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION
The Teach Not Punish (TNP) academic intervention program focuses on small group tutoring using a web-based curriculum tailored to student’s individual needs along with one-on-one tutoring opportunities. Our program is complete with accelerated specialized learning for every K-8 subject with a focus on math with accelerated
specialized learning for every K-8 subject with a focus on math and reading subjects, progress monitoring and positive reinforcements for student motivation. Click here to enroll in our summer tutoring program.
The Teach Not Punish (TNP) behavior intervention program called TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More), focuses on educating children exhibiting challenging behaviors of ways to appropriately respond to and/or interact with others by learning and practicing social skills that will empower them to change their behaviors. The taught strategies will empower the children to learn and practice social skills in school, at home and in the community therefore, enhancing behavior and academic success. TNP Educators, Parents, Teachers and Mentors work together to enhance teaching and parenting effectiveness to shape children’s behaviors by providing positive reinforcement for appropriate social skills. Click here to schedule a no cost behavior intervention consultation.
We believe in supporting our community professionals by providing training to further develop skills that will build rapport and healthy relationships with families. This support encourages a positive integrated experience between families and school professionals as well as the behavior health professionals families work with to reach goals. Click here to schedule a no cost professional consultation.
CASE MANAGEMENT & COUNSELING SERVICES
Our families are supported by certified case managers and counselors who assist each member of the family meet individual and family goals. We believe that it's important to have a plan in place to accomplish (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, timely) S.M.A.R.T. goals. Our strength- based Individual Educational Plan (IEP) and family educational plans (FEP) are developed by family members, the educator (case manager) and diagnostician (counselor) driven by goals and objectives. Click here to schedule a family meeting for resources.
Through our partnerships with behavior health agencies, we support families by improving families access to community resource assistance programs such as food banks, clothing closets, utility pay, rent pay, job placement programs, legal support, transportation and more. We believe in meeting people where they are. Therefore, we advocate and link families to resources to improve overall family function. Click here for a our list of community resources.