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The organization actually has two components-- the AdvancED-accredited charter school which serves children ages 18 months through 5 years, and the Birth to Three program, an in-home visitation program which identifies children up to age three who might have delays. “Early intervention is the key,” said development director Stacy Williams. “The earlier the child can get help, the better chance they have to maximize their potential.” Money is not a barrier for families, either, as Achievement Academy is free. But it does cost money to run-- a lot, especially because class sizes are small and the classrooms receive daily visits from licensed therapists. Staying on top of the latest developments also means acquiring new technologies and therapy tools as well as training staff on them. Just last year, fundraising efforts allowed the school to raise $15,000 to purchase eight iLs systems. „

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Heartland LIVING Dec 2017-Jan 2018 Issue  

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Heartland LIVING Dec 2017-Jan 2018 Issue  

Heartland Living is published bimonthly by Heartland Publications & Marketing. Serving the Heartland of Florida - Sebring, FL - we highlight...