Kindervention

Kindervention is a specially designed early learning environment for children ages 18 months -- 3 years. While our focus is to ensure children with disabilities have the opportunity to reach their developmental potential, typically developing children are also invited to be part of the classroom.

Inclusive settings ensure all children benefit from the small class size, individualized program development, and developmental evaluations.

Classes start soon so contact us today to reserve your child's spot! Space is limited.

Contact us to enroll your child(ren) in Kindervention.

Kindervention will help children strengthen their skills and provide an inclusive environment for children with disabilities and with developmental delays. Children will not only learn from the instructor, but learn from each other. 
 

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Curriculum

Curriculum is an important strategy to help children develop and learn. Kindervention curriculum is specific to help children than to incorporate activities into various themes. Our specialized curriculum is comprised of strategies used in Mosaic's Early Intervention therapy converted into a classroom form.


Schedule

Classes are from 9 - 11:30 a.m. Children may come either Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday.
  

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About the Staff

Caregiver and professionals in classrooms know the importance of having an appropriate ratio of caregivers to children in a successful group. In Kindervention, it is essential to maintain a higher level of caregivers with the guidance of a professional Development Specialist to lead activities.



Fees

Kindervention sessions are two days per week and will cost $60 per week. We will provide a 5 percent discount on tuition if it is paid on a monthly basis.
   

More Information or to Enroll

Please contact Madeline Knauer-Graham, Kindervention Supervisor at 623.258.6829 or Madeline.KnauerGraham@mosaicinfo.org for more information!

  

Now hiring

We are now hiring! We are currently hiring for an assistant teacher position for the Kindervention classrooms. If you or someone you know has a passion for helping children develop new skills and are interested in learning more about this position, please contact Mireya Romero at 602.864.6030. Candidates must have experience or training in Early Childhood and at least a H.S. Diploma.