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Frequently Asked

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  • What is Willowcrest?
    Willowcrest is a progressive center for the early education of neurodivergent children. The collaboration between the clinical team, teachers and parents provides holistic support to help children make progress towards their goals in a supportive and nurturing environment. In addition to its developmental preschool program, it supports families through a system of parent education and community building opportunities, consultation on school placement, IEP support, in-home and school observations and referrals.
  • Who do we serve?
    Willowcrest supports children ages 3–6 with speech and language delays, ADHD, ASD and a variety of neurodivergent learning styles and their families.
  • What do we offer?
    Willowcrest’s developmental preschool provides immersive early education through a full-day multi-sensory language based curriculum that promotes emotional regulation, social communication and friendship skills. Children have the opportunity to work collectively and 1:1 with a cooperative team of teachers and therapists. Each child receives: 1 hour per week 1:1 speech therapy 1 hour per week 1:1 occupational therapy 2 30 minute group sessions per week with our neurological music teacher 8+ hours weekly of observation from our Clinical Director and BCBA for behavior support and planning
  • What’s the teacher/student ratio?
    Between 1:1 and 3:1 depending on the activity.
  • What are the school hours?
    School hours are Monday through Friday from 9am to 2pm.
  • When can I apply?
    Willowcrest offers students rolling admission and families are encouraged to apply year round. We are currently accepting applications for the 2023/24 school year. Please schedule a call using the button on the top right corner of your screen.
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