We provide children, teens, and young adults affected by Autism and related learning differences with an integrated academic and therapeutic program, carefully designed to address an individual’s strengths and challenges.
To support our students as they form meaningful relationships, establish lifelong learning habits, and strive to achieve independence.
VICTORY VALUES: Meaningful Relationships, Lifelong Learning, Independence!
Victory teaches to the whole child--academics, language and communication, social/emotional skill development, self-determination--using innovative practices, research-based techniques, and person-centered planning.
Victory honors the dignity of all students, offering a loving and nurturing environment that marries the student’s natural affinities and interests with individualized educational instruction.
Differentiated Communication Systems
Victory focuses on the development of functional communication systems for all, differentiating techniques to ensure an effective strategy for every student (expressive speech, written, augmentative and alternative devices, typing, and visual systems).
Meaningful Relationships with Others
Victory fosters life-long meaningful relationships between students and their peers, families, teachers, community members, and employers through instruction of social skills and communication.
Victory believes that sensory regulation plays a key role in student success, and thus, creates an environment that considers each student’s sensory needs.
Critical Life Skills
Victory promotes the development of daily living skills, executive functioning, and social cognition through evidence-based methods applied across numerous environments.
Victory cultivates strong partnerships through community education, vocational opportunities, and recreational exploration in order to support students’ lifelong participation as active, productive members of their communities.
Victory for All
Victory believes in the potential of every student and celebrates all achievements and victories.