Welcome To The KidsLink School

The KidsLink School opened in 2010 to provide individualized and intensive programming for students with autism and other behavioral developmental disabilities for school aged children to 22 years of age. The program was initiated under the direction of Dr. Jocelyn Geib from her experience in both clinical and educational settings. Dr. Geib used her leadership and experience as a former school director to create the vision to have a therapeutic and learning day program for students with behavioral and related needs that utilizes best practices to individualize programming for students that will maximize their potential. Our unique program allows for on-site collaboration with clinical professionals and highly trained Occupational, Speech, Behavioral Therapists, Intervention Specialists, Physical Therapists, and Psychologists for optimal learning. To meet the KidsLink partners and learn more about The KidsLink School we invite you to view this video.

The KidsLink School provides year-round therapeutic and learning day programs for students with behavioral and related needs with licensed and certified staff. Instruction is based on intake assessments and highly individualized to meet the behavioral, educational and therapeutic needs of the student. All interventions are methodology- and research-based, including the foundation of Applied Behavioral Analysis. Our program focuses on developing language, social, and self-help skills. The KidsLink School is committed to the continuous education and training of its staff by hosting regular seminars and training sessions from its clinical staff.

Our Mission

The KidsLink School provides the most efficacious intensive and individualized programming to students with educational and behavioral needs. We strive to improve the quality of life for every student by ensuring high quality and data driven interventions. Treatment will be based on current research findings from the most experienced scholars in the field of behavior analysis in the areas of: teaching language, social, self-help, academics, and employability skills.