Personalized solutions that fill education gaps, facilitate better learning, and improve outcomes.
The complexities of delivering special education care in today’s world often places student learning and independence at a disadvantage. Schools need solutions that will fill the gaps hybrid learning has created, deliver learning even when 1-on-1 care isn’t available, help instructors deliver exceptional services, and enable students to achieve outcomes faster. We can help.
Teachers don't have to struggle with IEP development and milestone tracking. Get a complete picture of student strengths and skills, then create an educational plan that parents, teachers, and administrators can get behind.
Empower students to achieve skill mastery independently through a virtual, on-demand solution with ongoing support at their fingertips. avail® by CentralReach serves as a personal teaching assistant for students with varied learning needs, providing instructional content to help them confidently complete tasks and meet their goals at school, in the community, and at home.
“In an era in which high quality web-based personalized learning solutions are urgently needed and hard to come by, avail® stands out for its accessibility and rich content in promoting student independence.” Dr. Anthony Giordano, Superintendent at Mansfield Township School District, New Jersey.
Simplify ABA therapy in school settings and reduce teacher burnout with easy-to-use solutions designed for high-quality autism care. Whether you have BCBAs, RBTs, or teachers collecting data, Thread provides intuitive tools that make service delivery simple and effective. Thread by CentralReach enhances your special education services, develops best-in-class autism care programs, and improves student outcomes.
Target intervention plans based on student assessment results. School districts and educators attest to the value of the ABLLS-R assessment in WebABLLS. The online tool makes intervention planning, IEP milestone tracking, and reporting manageable and parent-friendly. Make a difference for learners with autism, language delays, or other developmental disabilities.