About

Social. Mental. Emotional well-being

Tiil, uses Biobehavioral Psychology, ABA, Morals, Values, Reasoning, Faith, & Ethics to help Youth become successful adults.

Who We Are

The Timothy Isaiah institute for Learning,  is a private, for-profit, faith-based multicultural mental, social and emotional health firm. Our group programs are open to everyone. Our one-to-one programs are open to underserved children, youth, and families located in the Central Virginia area. The Institutes is known for its work with

  • Special Needs children
  • Autism
  • Learning Trouble or Disability
  • Troubled Teen
  • Adolescent development lessons
  • Youth & Youth Adult Leadership
  • ABA for Business

The Timothy Isaiah institute for Learning  Foundation, is  separate 501(c) (3) nonprofit organizations dedicated to the support of the Timothy Isaiah Institute for Learning

Our Mission

  • Helping Youth become Successful Adults
  • Help Young Adults explore their Purpose
  • Help Young Adults on their Journey to Self-discovery

The objective

The objective of The Institutes is to help all children achieve intellectual, physical and social excellence.

Goal

Is to give children a chance to be whatever they wanted to be and to be the very best they could achieve

Our Initiative.

We are committed to helping children become successful adults by

  • Increasing appropriate behaviors
  • Decreasing inappropriate behaviors

-Emotional Well-Being.

Emotional Well-being Helping children build the resilience they need to cope during tough times.

-Health & Wellness.

Helping children establish an early foundation for the healthy habit.

Respect & Understanding Fostering morals, respect, and understanding among the world children.

What is the typical schedule

30-40 hours a week

Special Needs Children

Moderately special needs children may have significant problems in one or all of the sensory and motor pathways. children who are considered having Mild special needs may have reading, learning, behavior, balance, coordination, speech, behavior or writing problems. They may have all these problems.

Most of these special needs children will have significant health issues ranging from failure to thrive, to chronic upper respiratory illness, reflux, asthma, nutritional problems, food intolerance and allergies. Special needs children seen by the institutes program range in age from newborn to young adult.

Morals , Reasoning, Values & Ethics

Recently, however, some scholars have challenged the notion of science as value-free, and thereby have raised questions about the authority of science and its methods.

However, it is a wrong approach to consider science as being value-free or objective. In practice, science incorporates cultural morals, values reasoning, and ethics. Values, in turn, can be objective when they are based on generally accepted principles. Scientists strongly abhor fraud, error, and pseudoscience, while they value reliability, testability, accuracy, precision, generality, and simplicity of concepts. The pursuit of science as an activity is itself an implicit endorsement of the value of developing knowledge of the material world.

There are certain moral values that all youth need, such as concern for people, empathy, and kindness that are important in setting research priorities in science and in determining the uses of science. There is a need to incorporate these humanitarian values into a daily lifestyle for children, while maintaining and reinforcing the intrinsic values of the ABA program. In the quest ABA development, ethical values should not be neglected. The humanitarian values found in moral education can complement the intrinsic values found in science, such as objectivity, rationality, practicality, honesty, and accuracy.

What is Biobehavioral Psychology ?

Biobehavioral Psychology. The concentration emphasizes the scientific study of the neural and brain mechanisms that enable mind, consciousness, and behavior.

What is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)?

Behavior analysis is a scientifically validated approach to understanding behavior and how it is affected by the environment. In this context, “behavior” refers to actions and skills. “Environment” includes any influence – physical or social – that might change or be changed by one’s behavior.

Behavior analysis focuses on the principles that explain how learning takes place. Positive reinforcement is one such principle. When a behavior is followed by some sort of reward, the behavior is more likely to be repeated. Through decades of research, the field of behavior analysis has developed many techniques for increasing useful behaviors and reducing those that may cause harm or interfere with learning.

Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is the use of these techniques and principles to bring about meaningful and positive change in behavior.

These techniques can be used in structured situations such as a classroom lesson as well as in “everyday” situations such as family dinnertime or the neighborhood playground. Some ABA of our sessions involve one-on-one interaction between the therapist and the participant. We also offer group instruction for parents.

5 Conditions Helped by ABA Therapy

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Autism
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Panic Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

ABA for Social Behavior

Applied Behavior Analysis is used  in “Socially significant behaviors” include reading, academics, social skills, communication, and adaptive living skills. Adaptive living skills include gross and fine motor skills, eating and food preparation, toileting, dressing, personal self-care, domestic skills, time and punctuality, money and value, home and community orientation, and work skills.

Behavioral Coaching: Applied Behavior Analysis in Sports and Athletic Training

Applied Behavior Analysis is used in sports and athletic training to teach and reinforce skills used in training and competition. Behavioral coaching has been used in sports from football to gymnastics to swimming both to improve athlete training regimes, such as enforcing health diet and regular exercise programs, and to boost the performance of particular athletic skills, such as maintaining proper body form.

Our Evaluation Procedure

When The Institutes began there was no reliable evaluation procedure to help youth become success . Tiil and the staff uses both the ABA Evaluation procedure along side our in-house evaluation; A reliable set of procedures to evaluate youth and young adult.

The Institutes Developmental Profile™ measures the growth and development of the brain. This Profile allows us to evaluate a child and make an exact comparison between the hurt child and his well peers. This provides an accurate rate of growth for the child and establishes a baseline against which each child can be evaluated to determine his progress.

Each time a child returns to The Institutes, a new Developmental Profile is done and a new program is created based upon that Profile

Who we Serve

It is the mission of the Timothy Isaiah Institute for Learning, to provide effective group church based, cross cultural home based services and treatment to local families from a range of diverse cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, whose children are experiencing significant behavioral or emotional difficulties, or have been subjected to abuse or neglect and are at high risk. For information regarding patient rights, privacy notices, the types of insurance we accept, and other questions you might have please contact us.

Faith

We all have a story.

Yahwah writes for each of us may go down many paths. No matter where you are on the journey, there is a plan and a purpose to what you experience.

If you are struggling, take comfort in knowing you are not alone. We hope you will be encouraged to know that even if you have lost faith in the institution of Religion #FaithinGod offers a personal experiences; transforming work of Faith in the lives of youth and young adults can change destiny.

 

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