2019 Social Care Awards

GHP / Social Care Awards 2019 13 g Tomorrow’s Voices Bermuda Autism Early Intervention Centre Contact Details: Company: Tomorrow’s Voices Bermuda Autism Early Intervention Centre Contact: Thea Furbert Website: www.tomorrowsvoices.bm effective and individualized educational program for children with autism and related disabilities. As part of its work to achieve this mission, Tomorrow’s Voices works with their clients in a 1:1 capacity with the aim of reverse inclusion. In this 1:1 setting the staff teach the skills necessary for clients to function and learn in an inclusive environment. Tomorrow’s Voices’ overall goal is to teach their clients the skills needed to perform more independently and provide them with better quality of life through intensive early intervention. Within Tomorrow’s Voices’ unique generalization framework, the organisation’s general curriculum teaches each child critical language skills, functional activities, socialization, initiation/ spontaneity and generalization of mastered concepts/skills. These skills are built into every child’s educational program and individualized to meet his or her learning style and unique needs. Thanks to the expertise and experience of its Founders and staff, Tomorrow’s Voices understands that not every child learns in the same way. Through careful observation, assessment and interaction with each child, the team can determine the best way to teach them, and craft a service plan specific to their current needs. The organisation’s centre is unique in that a Behaviour Analyst provides program oversight and develops all of its programs. The analyst will conduct therapy when necessary and provide modelling of therapeutic strategies to staff and parents. The organisation’s teaching methods are based on the science of Applied Behaviour Analysis and include a variety of different teaching procedures that are taught in both Intensive Teaching and the Natural Environment. All of Tomorrow’s Voices’ services are provided in a safe, nurturing and structured environment with a maximum of 1:2 staff to student ratio. Ultimately, the overall goal of Tomorrow’s Voices is to provide clients with the skills to assist with their reintegration into their neighbourhood schools with minimal supervision and to provide them with a better quality of life through intervention. This will remain the organisation’s ongoing focus as it looks towards a bright and exciting future filled with opportunities for further success and expansion of its unique solutions offering.

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