Somewhere between twelve to eighteen months of age, a child should begin to speak his or her first words. Parents eagerly anticipate those first words to come. As the months pass by without the emergence of words, the excitement of anticipation evolves into concern and anxiety that their child is not speaking. Family and friendsLearn More
“The Right Track for Children with Learning Differences”
Little Engine Learning Center's mission is to offer children with developmental delays and learning differences in the community a place to grow, learn, and directly work on their speech-language, developmental, and cognitive goals beyond what their typical preschool environment is able to offer. It is our goal for our preschool to be the first choice for families when making the very important decision of where to allow and trust their child's educational pathway to begin.