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Anniston
The Little Tree Preschool
Contact: Aimee Spruill, Program Director
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Phone: 256-770-7323
Fax: 256-770-7324
Address: 415 Castle Avenue, Anniston, AL 36205

Auburn
The Little H.A.P.I.E. Tree Preschool
Contact: Leigh Ann Strain, Program Director
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Phone:  334-887-4958
Fax: 334-887-2139
Physical Address: 721 E University Drive Auburn, AL 36830

Mobile
The Little Tree Preschool
Contact: Whitney Tindall, Program Director
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Phone: 251-338-7760
Fax: 251-338-7760
Address: 1176 Azaelea Road, Mobile, AL 36693

Mission Statement: The Little Tree Learning Center is a grant funded preschool program that offers the children served a rich and nurturing environment where learning opportunities are maximized and diversity is valued.
What we are: The Learning Tree, Inc. and the Auburn University Department of Psychology Master’s program in Applied Behavior Analysis/Developmental Disabilities have collaborated to develop a preschool program for Children with Autism that bases the intervention entirely on what the child needs. One on One rooms are set up to aid in instruction of skills still needing to be learned in order to be successful in a classroom with his/her typical peers. Classrooms are integrated with typically developing peers for socialization and language training.
Services offered to all children:

Curriculum is based on the Alabama State Department of Education guidelines to ensure school readiness; Social Skill Development; Small class size (six children in a classroom); Learning responsibility through peer modeling and assisting those with disabilities; Use of scientifically validated teaching procedures; SRA Direct Instruction Reading Program

Services offered to children with autism spectrum disorder:

Use of Applied Behavior Analysis including Incidental Teaching, Verbal Behavior Language Intervention, Discrete Trial Training, and other scientifically validated treatments; Use of the ABLLS (Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills); A minimum of 3 hours of in-home consultation provided by preschool staff and up to 10 additional hours will be provided if staff time is available; Monthly parent training meeting based on the child’s specific needs.

Children we serve:

Children between the ages of 2 and 6 years; children with an autism spectrum diagnosis and other developmental delays.