Enroll Your Child for 2018-19 School Year
We focus on comprehensive individualized programs with a 1:1, 2:1 and 3:1 student/teacher ratio, in a classroom setting that is unique in Southeast Florida. Most children with autism and their families do not have access to tailored, research-based programs.
We provide intensive therapy based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), in particular those associated with B.F. Skinner’s (1957) analysis of verbal behavior. This form of therapy is typically provided to children with autism in home-based programs. ABA is a scientifically proven, systematic approach to the assessment, treatment and evaluation of behavior, developing functional life skills, nurturing a greater command of language, and decreasing maladaptive behavior such as self-injury and aggression.
The Victory Center combines this highly effective intensive training with frequent opportunities for facilitated social interactions within its own classrooms or with the typical preschool on campus. Progress is measured at regular intervals and our daily goal is help our students and their families reach their highest potential.
Our students are as varied as the spectrum of abilities within autism. New students we receive typically are:
Each student at The Victory Center can thrive through 1:1 attention that enables us to customize the learning, therapy and interactions they receive as individuals.
From the first week school started, I noticed a change in my son Dylan! He was FINALLY happy!!!! He was excited to go to school! His confidence level was boosted to an unbelievable level!!! I love the teachers!!! Ms. Tiffany, Ms. Tracy, and Mr. Andres!!! Truly are a blessing and the best at what they do!!!
I have worked with many different autism centers to promote and publish research. The Victory Center is at the top of my list in terms of its research potential. Why do research in autism? The impact of research can be huge. Not only can The Victory Center provide cutting-edge treatment to clients it serves, but sharing this knowledge via research publications can have an amazing cascading effect to benefit millions of other kids with autism.
It was with great pride and emotion to be part of the Aventura marketing council breakfast, and see One of your students, Jon-Carlos speak as a representative of the Victory school. It was truly a moment you can all be proud of , to see the fruits of your labor exemplified by Jon-Carlos. Having one of your students get up and speak in front of a room full of adults and peers speaking with poise and dignity, is nothing short of a miracles . Thank you sounds trite, in comparison to the accomplishment. Keep up all the Miracles you and your staff create on a daily basis. . You all have much to be proud of.
What makes The Victory Center special is if I look at Benjamin and look at how much he grew. From riding a bike to being able to cook, to being able to read. I feel he would not have had that, and then what would his life have been like,
Logan attends Central Arkansas Christian School. He currently has a 3.5 G.P.A. He plays piano and electric guitar. He is also on the basketball team at school. He loves kayaking and fishing.
Georgina is in 6th Grade at Fienberg Fisher K-8 Center in Miami Beach. She participates in the gifted program for Language Arts and Math. In 2007 she received the President`s Education Award.
Zachary now attends Hollywood Central Elementary Kindergarten. No Shadow Needed. He is currently receiving above average grades!