Stream After-School Program
The Stream After-School Program is a treatment program for students attending either English-speaking or Korean-speaking schools who experience delays in language development followed by learning and emotional behavioral problems at school.
Students participate in at least 1 hour of clinical session per week along with 6 hours of psycho-educational sessions and a few hours of ABCMM depending on their needs. Depending on their psycho-educational treatment goals, the program runs anywhere between 6 months and 2 years and the students are strongly recommended to join in the Intensive Program during summer or winter breaks.
Most children in the Stream Program are at the bottom 25th to 35th percentile in more than one area in the linguistic, cognitive or learning indexes according to the Comprehensive Psycho-educational Evaluation results. It helps promote the children’s language development or cognitive ability while aiding them to follow the school curriculum.
If they continue to have trouble acquiring grade-appropriate knowledge, then it is desirable to coordinate with the school to adjust the school curriculum and have the academic materials shared and integrated in the psycho-educational program.
This program can be provided entirely online so children living outside the country can receive its service with no barriers.