Our team is dedicated to making learning welcoming and fun by erasing the line between learning and play by learning through play. Kids at our centers enjoy taking on new challenges and become motivated as they learn new skills. Our approach ensures kids become confident and empowered lifelong learners.
This pillar is tied to our other pillar of let kids be kids.
We also think practicing play in the center and at home is important. This is why we have developed a whole post dedicated to the different types of play and how to engage in it with your child. You can find it here.
Why are play skills important?
- They increase healthy brain development.
- They increase communication and language development.
- They help develop and improve social skills and physical, cognitive, and emotional strength.
- They provide an alternative to rigid or repetitive behaviors.
The Bierman circle of care and support includes the whole family, not just the child. We empower parents through training and collaboration. We let kids be kids and learn through play.
Bierman Autism Centers is a place where young kids diagnosed with autism engage in play to learn foundational skills they can build on, such as self-advocacy and communication. We work with kids up to age 9 and have centers in Arizona, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, and Rhode Island. We recognize that every kid’s success is unique, and our one-on-one approach allows us to drive progress and measurable outcomes while each child is advancing on their own terms.
The Bierman circle of care and support includes the whole family, not just the child. We empower parents through training and collaboration. We let kids be kids.