If you’re a parent of a child with special needs, we understand what a challenging experience, as well as a time consuming effort it can be to find a school that meets ALL of your child’s needs: Academic, social, emotional and sensory.
We Believe in Early Intervention
Scientific and medical evidence suggests that early intervention during the formative years with the right academic strategies and curriculum as well as social and emotional programs in conjunction with therapies can contribute to the successful development, growth and well being of the child. This in turn can lead to more self reliance, confidence and integration into adulthood and society. It’s all about enhancing the quality of life for your child and family.
At ClearWater Academy, we are committed to supporting and working with your child with that aspiration and goal in mind. Our individualized student focus and low student to teacher ratio enables our caring and professional staff to apply world class programs to enrich your child’s developmental, social, and learning abilities.
The Children We Serve
ClearWater Academy, established in 2008, is a private school addressing the needs of children with Processing Delays, ADD, ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, Sensory Integration Disorder, PDD / NOS, Mild Autism, and Non-Verbal Learning Disability diagnoses.
The Methods We Use
We employ methods such as the Strategic Learning Coaching, DIR®/Floortime™ approach, Orton-Gillingham methods, SRA NumberWorlds, occupational and speech therapy by Hands On Healing, aquatic therapy, and therapeutic riding by the Calvin Center Therapeutic Riding Program to name a few. Most of all, we make it fun in a pleasant, peaceful, serene, and holistic environment tailored to children with learning differences.
Please explore our website or call us at 770-631-3650 for more information, to discuss your child’s needs, or to start the application process. And remember, the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship program closes in mid-September every year, so be sure to apply soon.
Dr. and Lynne Kassem