TeachTown’s education solutions are designed exclusively for students with moderate to severe disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder (ASD), developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities and emotional and behavior disorders. TeachTown’s solutions utilize research-based best practices derived from the methodologies of applied behavior analysis (ABA), making it easy to deliver this proven treatment with existing staff in any school or setting.
TeachTown’s Meta-Play solution offers a systematic, play-based approach to fostering the development of imagination and play skills in young children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), intellectual disabilities, developmental delays, and social and emotional disabilities.
TeachTown Basics offers a blend of computer-delivered and teacher-led applied behavior analysis (ABA) instruction proven to increase a student’s vocabulary, listening skills, social-emotional development, independence, academics and cognitive skills.
TeachTown’s enCORE solution is the only standards-based, core-curriculum based on applied behavior analysis (ABA) that provides students with moderate and severe disabilities, including students with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities, access to the general education curriculum.
TeachTown Social Skills is a comprehensive curriculum broken down into two components: elementary-focused and middle school-focused. The solution teaches socially-valid skills for the younger age group, followed by an increase in emotional intelligence and building self-management skills for middle schoolers.
TeachTown’s BE SAFE solution is a curriculum designed to help teens and adults with moderate to severe disabilities learn how to interact appropriately with law enforcement, as well as how to handle emergency situations.
TeachTown’s SLP Assist provides technology-driven lessons for students, alongside a dashboard for SLPs to increase efficiency.
TeachTown’s Transition to Adulthood solution was built around evidence-based practices to meet the needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities as they begin transition planning.
As part of our commitment to improving student performance and teacher satisfaction, we offer various types of professional development — on-site training, webinars, online courses and more – that support the solutions and improve outcomes even further.