The Cyzner Institute Day School program integrates
education with layers of therapy in a dynamic, nurturing
learning environment. Our goal is to help our young
students build essential developmental and academic
skills through highly customized curricula and therapeutic
approaches. Our low student-to-teacher ratio allows
for a more differentiated learning program for each
child so that he or she can get the individualized
We strive to meet pre-academic and academic standard
courses of study, providing just the right challenge
to help our students feel confident about learning
without feeling overwhelmed. Our academic instruction
includes reading, handwriting, spelling, written expression,
math, social studies, science, and more advanced language
skills. Our curriculum also integrates group activities
including arts and crafts, computer, gym time, and
music therapy to help students learn to successfully
interact with each other and build social skills.
Additionally, customized learning centers and sensory
support programs are integral parts of the schedule.
For all students, we monitor progress closely, communicate
regularly with parents, and make adjustments to individual
Children with special learning, behavioral, and developmental
needs come to the Cyzner Institute from both the public
and private sectors from various settings. We have
a diverse student body including children who have
been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD),
Aspergerís Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
(PDD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), mood and
anxiety disorders, language disorders, Auditory Processing
Disorder, Dyslexia and other reading disorders, Written
Expression Disorder, social skills delay, and other
behavioral/emotional needs, and eating disorders.
Our ultimate goal is to help students mainstream back
into these public or private settings with the skills
they need to be successful.
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information or to schedule a site visit.