Oxford Recovery Center's

ABA ACADEMY

During the school year, we turn our Camp ABA campus into a classroom setting that combines insurance-covered ABA and classroom learning in a fun, interactive environment designed to help children reach their potential.

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Tailored Learning

Like all of Oxford’s programs, the ABA Academy curriculum is tailored to each student’s unique level of learning, with an emphasis on social interaction with other kids and their therapists.

Fun Environment

School doesn’t have to be sterile. We believe children with autism learn more and learn faster when in a fun environment.
Revolutionizing Traditional Learning

About ABA Academy

Are you looking into school for your child with autism for next fall?

Our new, innovative ABA Academy program combines insurance-covered ABA and classroom learning in a fun, interactive environment designed to help children reach their potential.

During the school year, our Camp ABA campus is transformed into ABA Academy to serve as a supplement or alternative option for traditional learning – it’s a new and different way for children with autism or special needs to learn outside of public school.

Our teacher will educate the children in a classroom setting. Unlike public schools, ABA Academy assigns every child a Behavior Therapist who will be close by to intervene or help if a child needs attention in the classroom. They will also work one on one with their assigned child to complete their ABA program. It’s the best of both worlds.

ABA Academy’s proximity to our main Brighton campus also allows us to coordinate other therapies and treatments to overcome the medical issues associated with autism. This synergistic approach is designed to help your child reach their potential.

Meet

Ms. Silverstein!

Hi! My name is Jenna Silverstein and I am so excited to be working as your child’s teacher. I graduated from Michigan State in Special Education in 2016. I then did my student teaching year at Livonia Public Schools, where I taught 4th grade general education, and elementary and high school Special Education. I completed my masters program at Western Michigan University. I studied Special Education with a focus in behavior analysis. I am currently a BCBA and a certified ASD and LD Special Education teacher.

When I’m not working hard in the classroom, you can find me cheering on the Spartans at both Michigan State football and basketball games. My family is also very important to me. I am from Novi, Michigan and love spending time with my family, dog, and new puppy.

I can’t wait to go on a learning adventure with your child!

Get In Touch

Location: 7015 Fieldcrest Dr., Brighton, MI 48116

Telephone: (248) 486-3636

Email: info(at)oxfordrecoverycenter.com