At ICC we imagine the capacity of an individual with a disability when parents, teachers, classmates, support staff and the community have a wide and diverse range of tools to support the person in reaching his or her fullest potential. Our primary goal is to help individuals who struggle with social, emotional, cognitive or physical development in some way that inhibits their ability to forge relationships and fully function in our community.
Consultation to Preschools, Headstart and School Districts
Yoga and Mindfulness (classes, training or individual)
Support for anxiety management and emotional regulation
Support for mental health disorders such as trauma, ADHD/ADD, OCD and other behavioral disorders
Support in conducting functional behavior assessments/creating positive behavior intervention plans
Offering strategies to support successful inclusion within the community
Support for peer, sibling, and other family relationships
Strategies developing independence with daily living and self care routines
Support in developing communication systems and strategies
Supporting technology use and integration
One of the few accredited Behavioral Health Centers of Excellence in the Midwest, KGH specializes in play-based and developmental-based ABA therapy (an NDBI approach) for infants and toddlers with ASD, in our specialized center or the home. While we specialize in early childhood, we offer support and services through young adulthood. We are a compassionate team of licensed and certified professionals who seek to serve, support, and empower the whole family.
ASD Diagnostic Evaluations
Play-based and developmental-based ABA Therapy (NDBI approach)
Therapeutic Preschool & Kindergarten
Mental Health Therapy
AAC Evaluations & Therapy
There are times when you, as a parent, may want to communicate in writing with your child’s school about some problem or concern with your child’s education or well-being. This page presents a model letter or email you might write the school to ask that your child be evaluated to see if he or she has a disability and is eligible to receive special education and related services.
Cómo Solicitar una Evaluación de Su Niño
Hay ocasiones en las cuales un padre querría comunicarse por escrito con la escuela de su niño sobre algun problema o preocupación que tiene acerca de la educación o bienestar del niño. Este artículo trata la situación en la cual un padre querría pedir que su niño sea evaluado para determinar si tiene una discapacidad y si es elegible para recibir servicios de educación especial y servicios relacionados. El artículo presenta una carta modelo que el padre podría escribir a la escuela en esa circunstancia.
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This book will help parents, school professionals and others understand some of the procedures of special education in Wisconsin. The book is not a complete explanation of all the special education laws, but it has information about many of the most common things readers may want to know. This book is not meant to give legal advice. If legal advice is needed, talk to a lawyer.
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WECP is affiliated with the University of Wisconsin through the Graduate School. Designed to meet the needs of a developmentally diverse group of young children, it also provides a site for university research and training.
Our program goals are:
1. Service: to provide an exemplary inclusive child development program for children developing typically and for those with special needs.
2. Training: to provide disciplinary and interdisciplinary training to university students.
3. Research: to provide a research setting in which relevant educational and developmental issues can be studied.
4. Outreach: to provide community consultation and professional development opportunities about early childhood development, education and inclusion to programs and individuals.
The goal of the WECP is to provide a supportive and enriching environment that will foster each child’s social, emotional, cognitive, language, and physical development. The program incorporates the nurturing aspects of a home environment, and social and learning opportunities provided in a group early education setting. The typical day provides opportunities for discovery, constructive and imaginary play; language arts and literacy; music, art and creative projects; and science, technology and math experiences. Grounded in the belief that children learn through play, there are many opportunities for children to direct their own activities, explore the environment and follow their interests.