Wellspring Educational Services

We tailor learning supports and curricula to individual strengths and differences in each student’s unique profile across social, cognitive/intellectual, communicative, sensory-motor, emotional-regulatory domains. Long-term development through active engagement and support on each of these key systems is our overarching goal.
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Wellspring Educational ServicesSaturday, January 20th, 2018 at 5:59pm
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Wellspring Educational ServicesWednesday, January 3rd, 2018 at 3:57pm
Our #PositiveParenthood course led by Robin Hauge and Luke Hehemann runs on Mondays beginning January 22nd. Visit the #WellspringEducationalServices website for more information. http://www.wellspringeducation.org/behavior-management-course/
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Wellspring Educational ServicesMonday, January 1st, 2018 at 7:11pm
#WellspringEducationalServices hopes everyone had a wonderful holiday and #NewYear. We're excited to see our families and students back on Tuesday, January 2nd ready to start 2018!
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Wellspring Educational Services added 4 new photos.Tuesday, December 19th, 2017 at 2:49am
#WellspringEducationalServices kicked off the last day before Winter break with our annual #WinterHolidayCelebration. Each classroom did an amazing job with their performances. Thank you parents for providing goodies, as well as helping with setup and cleanup! For more information on upcoming events, visit our blog at http://www.wellspringeducation.org/blog-2/.
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Wellspring Educational ServicesTuesday, December 12th, 2017 at 11:48pm
#WellspringEducationalServices has been showered with wonderful gifts for students, staff and teachers from our Wellspring families. We are so grateful for the goodies you provided and appreciate your ongoing support in all that we do!
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Wellspring Educational ServicesWednesday, November 1st, 2017 at 2:02pm
"The challenge: Certain behaviors are impervious to consequences. Why? Because the consequences fail to address the behavior’s root cause, a subconscious state of stress in the brain and body known as faulty neuroception, when a child feels unsafe in mind and body."
-Dr. Mona Delahooke