Mission Statement

To give children the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential by providing early intervention, education, therapy, and family support to those with special needs or at-risk for developmental delays.


To participate with children who have special needs and their families in adapting to personal challenges and developing skills to promote optimal independence…through comprehensive assessment and goal development that is child-centered, family-driven, and staff supported.

To provide childhood experiences in all areas of development within a safe, loving, and secure environment which encourages the acquisition of skills that are meaningful to the child both now and in the future…through an enriched and stimulating setting that is developmentally appropriate for children.

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To respond to each child’s individual needs, recognizing their strengths, while maintaining an awareness of the developmental sequence of the learning process…through an exemplary and dedicated staff that is committed to their profession and the responsibilities that come with this privilege.

To function as a team in parent, child, and professional partnerships in order to improve the quality of life for children and their families…through open dialogue that encourages exploration of all options, consensus building and respect for each team member equally.

To relate to the community by being responsive to its changing needs, while fulfilling an obligation to educate the public as to the value of children with varying abilities…through being a visible and proactive advocate for all children.

To educate and support families as they advocate for the needs of their children…through serving as an ongoing community resource for information and assistance.

To be a continuing source of support and assistance to all Achievement Academy families, both past and present…through the development of a lasting relationship based on a successful partnership with families from the beginning.