Concerned About Distance Learning? You’re Not Alone!

As school plans for the fall take shape, you might be wondering how the resources and support at your local school level will translate into a virtual environment. Good question! With distance learning in place many parents are looking to support, enhance, or supplement their child’s special learning needs. That’s where we come in!

The Verbal Beginnings Center (VBC) houses our early intervention services, feeding therapy, and social skills programs, as well as family education and parent workshops. Here are some quick facts about our early intervention services!

  • Autism center located on Columbia Gateway Drive in Columbia, MD.
  • Enriched social environment with highly trained RBTs and BCBAs.
  • 1:1 support is provided for individual therapy and group instruction.
  • Peer interaction is incorporated into each child’s treatment plan.
  • Caregiver collaboration is an integral part of each child’s progress.
  • Each child works with dedicated RBTs, BCBAs and Program Coordinators.
  • Strategic social opportunities for promoting critical skills.
  • Flexible full time and part time options available.
  • State of the art new center.
  • Family collaboration focused!

Take a Virtual Tour of our Center!

Want to take a 3D virtual tour of our amazing center?
Just click below and have a look around at our classrooms, feeding area, playground, meeting spaces, lobby, conference space and more!

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Explore Our Programs!

Social Beginnings

Designed for children who display minimal behavior challenges, but need assistance in social awareness and developing age appropriate social skills.

Healthy Beginnings

Designed for children showings signs of food selectivity. Parent training is incorporated and treatment is generalized to the home environment.

Early Intervention

Designed to develop fundamental skills necessary to succeed in a classroom-based setting, peer interaction and cooperative play.