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In STEPPS Academy Volume 1, Issue 2 Hearts for Autism Board Member Bio Holiday Art                     More images and news on our Academy Website and Classroom Blog




In STEPPS Academy Newsletter Back to School - Fall 2018 Vol. 1  Issue 1 Hot Off the Presses!   In this issue: Fundraiser Update Board Member Introduction Staff Bios Upcoming Events! Don't forget to visit our Facebook and Instagram pages for updates. Follow us at @insteppsacademy


Taking the next step with a new logo and website!


Over the last few months, we’ve undertaken a journey to update our branding to better match the services and value we provide our amazing families. It’s been a long road to getting where we are now, from working out of our founder’s house to serving over 3,000 families across Southern California.

Taking the next step with a new logo and website!2018-09-06T14:52:47+00:00

In STEPPS Academy is now open


This month, In STEPPS Academy opened its doors to its first families. Our credentialed teacher Sam and two Registered Behavior Technicians welcomed families and students to their first day of school. In STEPPS Academy is a nonprofit, private prep school designed to meet the educational and therapeutic needs of children on the autism spectrum.

In STEPPS Academy is now open2018-08-24T23:08:14+00:00

Don’t let summer go by without these three activities


Summer is almost over, but the sun is still out! Try these three summer activities to stay cool and active. Here are some of our favorite summer activities: Obstacle Course Water Slide Grab a water slide, cones (or items that act as cones), and an object to jump over (rope, water noodle, sprinkler), timer

Don’t let summer go by without these three activities2018-09-06T23:26:49+00:00

12 Warning Signs of Autism in 1-year-olds 


During the first couple of years of life infant development happens in spurts and at an incredible rate of change. Most infants grow into walking and talking toddlers by the middle of their second year of life, and the pace at which these changes occur can vary tremendously across children. No two children develop at the same pace

12 Warning Signs of Autism in 1-year-olds 2018-09-06T20:45:59+00:00