The Joshua Center is a non-profit organization that provides services and support for the social, emotional, and educational needs of neurologically impaired children and their families, including children with Tourette Syndrome, High Functioning Autism, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder and ADHD.
Our Mission Statement
The Joshua Center therapists offer personalized services customized to meet individual needs and circumstances. Our therapy services address both the needs of the individual and the needs of the family as a whole.
Occupational Therapy helps people engage in everyday activities (or occupations) to the best of their ability. Whether it’s eating, sleeping, working, dressing, academics, playing, socializing or participating in leisure activities, our ability to participate and engage fully in these daily activities can have a major impact on our overall quality of life.
Speech-language therapy can address specific skills to help improve a client’s overall communication. Speech-language therapy may be beneficial for individuals who have difficulty with: comprehending information, following directions, grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, self-expression, articulating speech sounds, and/or social interaction skills.
Speech and Language Pathologist
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Pre-K Social Skills
Pre-K classes are offered for children ages 4 1/2 to 6 who have not started kindergarten.
Fast Track to First Grade
Did your child struggle with social and behavior issues in kindergarten? We are here to help!
Sliding into 2nd & 3rd Grade
Did your child finish 1st grade and not quite meet the social and grade expectations of teachers or their peers?
Social Skills Program
Kids participate in fun hands-on activities with kids their age while learning social skills.
Life Skills for High School and Young Adults
While high school students and young adults with neurological disorders continue to need help with social interactions, they also need to think about daily living skills and planning for their futures.
Employment, Technology and Transition Program
Young adults with neurological disorders have difficulty entering the world after graduation. This program helps students and young adults ages sixteen through twenty-five better prepare for the “real” world.
Independent Living Skills
After years of watching our kids graduate from high school and floundering, it is our hope that our Young Adult Program for high school seniors through age twenty-five will help them be successful.