Welcome to Bright Beginnings Learning Center   

  • Grandparents Day at BBLC

    (BBLC) has been in operation since 1998, and offers two special programs:  The Program for Students with Autism and The Program for Students with Multiple Disabilities. 

    - The Program for Students with Autism provides services for Preschool Students with disabilities ages 3-5, and elementary/middle school students ages 5-12.The program is based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). An intensive and individualized program is provided for all students in a 2:1 student to faculty/staff ratio.

     -The Program for Students with Multiple Disabilities provides services for Preschool Students with disabilities ages 3-5 and elementary/middle school students ages 3-13. The program focuses on the development of independent functional skills in language, academic, social and vocational areas.  Student disabilities range from moderate to severe and include the areas of cognitive, neurological, medical, and orthopedic disabilities.

       All BBLC Students are taught in functionally grouped classes.

Programs for Autism Spectrum Disorders and Multiple Disabilities

  • The Program for Students with Autism, ages 3-12 is based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). 

    Based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the individualized program is provided for all students in a 2:1 student to faculty/staff ratio. 

    The Program for Students with Multiple Disabilities focuses on the development of independent functional skills including:

    language, academic, social, and vocational areas. Student disabilities range from moderate to severe and include the areas of cognitive, neurological, medical, and orthopedic disabilities.

     Gov. Murphy visits BBLC                                       Comforting environment

     

BBLC Facilities Include

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    • Computer lab
    • Age appropriate playgrounds
    • Interactive Boards in all classrooms
    • Observation rooms for every elementary classroom
    • Spacious gyms/cafeteria
    • Therapy rooms
    • Tap It assistive technology for students with Multiple Disabilities
    • Sensory room
    • Activities of Daily Living Room
    • Outdoor classroom (Garden)
    • Resource center for staff and parent trainings.