Your child deserves the best education

EDUCATION SERVICES WITH INVOLVED PARENTS

PARENT Activities

On demand Parent Activities are available to help identify educational regression, and deficits in sensory regulation, attention, social & emotional skills. 

multisensory Evaluations

One comprehensive evaluation that assesses multiple areas regarding regression, sensory regulation, attention and social/emotional skills  to help better support students’ educational needs.

Services

Individualized treatment plans that include monthly Parent Coaching  to ensure parents and caregivers are able to carry skills into all facets of the student’s learning environment.

Your STUDENT'S education doesn't have to be a struggle.

We’re here to take the journey with you. 

 

We are Triton Support Services, a collaborative team.

Parents,

It can be tough working with a student with special education needs. Your role as a parent educator has become more important than ever. 

As professional educators, we want to partner with you. We know how to incorporate effective strategies for homes and classrooms. 

Let’s chart a new course, together!

Sincerely,

Katerina Violante, Director of Programs

 

Learning starts here.

If you want to know how you can be proactive and help your student learn or if you already have an Individual Education Plan (IEP or 504) that you want to implement… let us be the first place to come for support. Navigating school and privately funded services can be overwhelming. Our collaborative approach is fast, efficient, and effective.

MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission is to provide an integrated educational and therapeutic care platform for children, while providing support and coaching for their families. We use a team approach to provide efficient and effective services, helping special needs children to thrive.

Free *must-have* resource for parents

The Silence Game:
6 Steps to End Boredom

Learn a new technique to tackle your child's boredom
(+ discover an easy way to have your child slow down in a fun, engaging way!)

Imagine the next time your child says “I’m bored”, they are able to look within themselves and work through their thoughts rather than getting upset. Dreamy right?

Parents: this is the perfect starting point even if your child is young or can generally comfort themselves. Grab The Silence Game workbook to get started!