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Sacramento: 1337 Howe Avenue, Suite 107 Sacramento, CA 95825 • (916) 564-5010 • Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Weekends by appointment.

Our Northern California locations have been assisting the special needs community through innovative, individualized programs since first opening their doors in 2000. Using interactive therapy techniques, our highly trained staff is skilled at providing a wide range of therapeutic and educational assistance services which can be found year-round at our Sacramento and Daly City locations. Offerings include:

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Therapy Services

The specialists at our family centered clinics utilize a multidisciplinary approach in the discovery of new and innovative treatments. This builds teamwork and allows our professionals to work with families to ensure the continuity of treatment when clients leave the clinic.

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School Services

We work with hundreds of school districts, county offices of education, public, private, and charter schools, and other publicly funded special education organizations to fulfill essential school needs. Since no two clients are ever alike, we have the flexibility and experience necessary to design unique solutions to meet specific requirements.

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Enrichment Support Services

We provide a wide array of enrichment services to support children and young adults in reaching their academic potential. Our experienced staff collaborates with a variety of stakeholders to build supportive environments and programs that effectively serve unique populations.

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Programs Offered During School Breaks

Math Enrichment (Year Round)

Our Math Enrichment Program identifies and targets areas of weakness that may cause a student to lose interest and not progress. All higher levels of math depend on the student being proficient in Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division. Through building these foundational skills, students can progress into fractions, percentages, algebra, geometry and beyond. Skills are taught both in person and online, and all students are given a pre-test, monthly progress report and a post-test at the completion of the program.

 

Summer Programs

Brick by Brick (July)

This social skills training program designed to challenge children through various interactive activities, and facilitate skill development through the use of role play and Lego® building sessions. This structured skill based instruction collects data while following a detailed lesson plan to ensure the progress of each child. During the two hour session, children will be placed with peers of similar age and ability to encourage social interaction and understanding.

All the Write Moves (July)

This multi-sensory handwriting program has been designed for children to develop and maintain proper handwriting skills. With the use of developmentally appropriate games, music, crafts, and multi-sensory writing activities, our handwriting groups engage and entertaining each child, while helping them reach their individual goals. Our program utilizes the award winning Handwriting Without Tears® curriculum and are led by licensed Occupational Therapists. Children are provided a pre-and post-assessment to measure progress, all handwriting materials are included.

SummerFun (July)

SummerFun is a therapeutic summer program run by Speech and Occupational Therapists, as well as trained volunteers. Planned events and activities such as music, crafts, water play, pet day, and walking field trips are used to facilitate social interaction, gross and fine motor skills, and encourage play in a fun, safe, and sensory-rich environment.

Social Skills Camp (July)

Our Social Skills Camp is based on the curriculum developed by renowned Speech Pathologist, Michelle Garcia Winner. Treatment focuses on the awareness of verbal and nonverbal interactions within groups and is taught by applying key concepts into role plays. Our groups will be introduced to a Superhero Social Thinking Curriculum were they will learn about different characters that will help them understand social expectations in a fun and engaging way.

Girl Power/Guyz Club (July)

The Girl Power/Guys Club Camps are designed to empower girls and guys ages 10-18 through a variety of targeted teaching strategies. Using activities such as self-care, daily living skills, crafts, and field trips, this camp helps facilitate skill development while encouraging girls to develop self-confidence and social skills.

Sensorial and Therapeutic Art Camp (July)

Our Sensorial and Therapeutic Art Camp will expose children to multiple art modalities and allow them to express their personal artistic abilities. Children will be encouraged to get messy and reach beyond their sensorial boundaries through guided tactile activities.

Services and programs may vary by location, please contact your nearest TES office.
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Regional Director
Traci Bean
tbean@tesidea.com

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