Programs & Services
At The Victory Center, each child’s program is specially designed to meet his or her specific needs and to take into account individual strengths and weaknesses. Each child’s Individual Education Objective Program (IEOP) is based upon an in-depth assessment of the child.

These programs include language, self-help, social skills, and life skills. In contrast to the more typical home-based therapy program, The Victory Center provides continuous opportunity for and the facilitation of social skills that children with an ASD diagnosis may typically lack.

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) & Intensive Behavior Intervention (IBI) Programs
Serving Ages 3-15

The Victory Center provides education and services to individuals and families with autism and similar disabilities. Our program is unique for its 1:1 and 2:1 student-teacher ratio. Comprehensive individualized and science-based treatment is provided so that every individual can develop to his/her fullest potential academically, socially, and emotionally through academic, transitional, and community outreach services.

The programs offer state-of-the-art intensive and comprehensive treatment that is highly structured and based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. The Victory Center is staffed by qualified professionals in the areas of behavior analysis, education, and other related services.

Individualized behavior management services are directed and supervised by PhD level Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs).

The Victory PreAcademy and Academy Programs
Serving Ages 8-22

TVC Academic Programming is founded on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. Its goal is to deliver high quality, evidence-based  educational services to adolescents and young adults whose clinical diagnosis falls along the autism spectrum disorder and related developmental disorders.

The program focuses on teaching  skills fundamental to mainstreaming and increasing a student’s independent functioning within society in combination with academic skills utilizing the Common Core Standards.

The TVS Academy offers a learning environment that  utilizes highly-structured, individualized teaching techniques at a 2:1 student-to-teacher ratio.  Learning opportunities within this  program occur in both contrived and natural contexts to ensure functional outcomes and generalization of acquired skills.

Individualized behavior management services are directed and supervised by PhD level Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs).

The Victory Vocational Program
Serving Ages 14-22

The Victory Center’s Vocational program is a center-based program for children ages 14 to 22 whose clinical diagnosis falls along the autism spectrum or related disabilities.

The program focuses on teaching functional skills that will allow the individual to be as successful as possible when he or she transitions to adulthood.

Targeted skills include functional communication, social skills, functional academics, vocational, and daily living skills.

These skills will be taught using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis(ABA), and will include instruction in the classroom, living skills lab, and community settings in order to promote generalization.

The program offers students a variety of experiences including community-based instruction (CBI), job training, and job placements .

The Vocational program offers a 3:1, student-to-staff ratio, and is staffed by qualified professionals in the areas of behavior analysis, education, and other related services.

Each student will be assessed using the Community Functional Skills Assessment and will have an individualized skill acquisition program that meets his or her needs as well as interests.

Saturday Laugh’n Learn Outreach Program
9AM to 4 PM

This program provides a full day of activities designed especially for your child. The morning starts with indoor and outdoor games, listening to music, and having fun while improving the children’s motor and social skills. Next, we take-off on amazing field trips such as Parrot Jungle, Miami Seaquarium, water parks, horseback riding, bowling and many, many more!!!! Bring your own bag lunch or you can purchase lunch at field trip locations.

Make a donation towards funding this program, please call 305-466-1142 ext. 202.

Please note: An Initial Evaluation of Social, Communication, and Behavioral Skills is required for all new students who wish to participate at the Saturday Laugh `n Learn Outreach Program. There`s a $75 evaluation fee. The evaluation will take a 1 – 2 hours. Please call our School Secretary at (305) 466-1142 Ext. 201 or e-mail  at: office@thevictoryschool.org to schedule an appointment.

 

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Shadow/Transition Program

Each day in the United States, millions of children go off to school, all with different strengths and weaknesses, abilities and needs. Over five million of these children have been identified as having a specific disability such as Autism, or a learning disability that necessitates some type of special instruction. In order to address the special needs of these children, schools rely upon people who have been specially trained to help them.

The Victory Center has created a special program designed for children with disabilities that are making the transition to a typical or mainstream classroom. An experienced teacher trained and supervised through The Victory Center provides a vital and indispensable role in the child’s long-term achievements.

The use of an instructional assistant (shadow) becomes a primary mechanism to implement more inclusive school practices. This instructional assistant shadows the child throughout each day ensuring adequate educational support.

Hand-In-Hand Home Support

Youngsters with autism and related disabilities often suffer from severe behavior problems that require continuous and systematic observation, analysis and intervention. For effective intervention and education to take place, it is essential that the family react to those behaviors in a manner consistent with the school.

The Victory School provides a range of training opportunities that enable parent and siblings to participate in their children’s learning experiences. Parental Observation during the school day coupled with regular Parent Training, where The Victory School personnel model the use of new intervention procedures.

Victory School staff members make regular home visits to families to consult with parents regarding program implementation and problem behavior. Frequent conferences with parents help to assure that young people’s new skills will generalize from school and Helping Hand programs add the community involvement edge to home and community settings.

Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Victory Center, Inc. is to provide outstanding evidence based educational services to individuals with autism and related disabilities in a caring and nurturing environment to help them achieve their fullest potential.
We are proud to be supported by:
Gordon & Doner
BNY Mellon
Morgan Keegan
Wolpe & Leibowitz
Grayline Construction
Wells Fargo