Little Learner’s Enrichment Center

Developing skills for little leaders

The Little Learner’s Enrichment Center is an early intervention program for toddlers and preschoolers. Children enrolled are at risk due to emotional, behavioral, or learning problems.

Program Overview

This program follows an early childhood education model that emphasizes the acquisition of social, physical, and academic skills. Children learn skills that will enable them to eventually mainstream into regular education.

 

Program Components

Little Learner’s includes daily individual or group therapy, incorporating cognitive/behavioral, play, and behavior modification. Art, language, math, music, physical activities and more are provided to encourage the child’s mental, emotional, and physical development. Home-based family services are provided as needed to ensure family preservation and support.

 

Referral Process

Children in this program must be 16 months to 6 years old and have a clinical diagnosis from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. A child may be referred to the program by a mental health professional, local school district, county social worker, hospital, childcare provider, or their parents.

 

For more information or to make a referral, please contact:

Corinne Nelson
Program Supervisor
Little Learner’s Enrichment Center
Northwood Children’s Services
714 W. College Street
Duluth, MN 55811

(218) 724-8815

cnelson@northwoodchildren.org

Your contrubtion helps. Find out the many ways that you can support young lives.

Give Now

Currently seeking individuals who want to make a positive impact on young lives.

Join Our Team