"Calvin uses S2C to tell us that he wants cereal for breakfast, when he has a headache, and his plans to be a zoologist when he grows up.  It's how we got to know our son, the real version."  -Elizabeth R.

Resources

Whether you're looking to share information with friends and neighbors; want to read the research supporting the neurological underpinning and practice of Spelling to Communicate; or plan your visit to the GKTC offices — this page can help you do it!

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Coming in from out of town? We've got you covered! From accommodations to what's around town it can all be found here. 

RESEARCH & SUPPORT

Stay on top of current information and research related to brain, movement, neurodiversity and S2C with these useful articles and studies. 

GKTC BLOG

The most recent happenings in the GKTC community both near and far. Join the fun and be sure to subscribe to our email newsletter to get all recent posts. 

REFER-A-FRIEND KIT

We love our community. If you know a friend or neighbor who could benefit from GKTC's services and learning to spell to communicate,  please share this kit of downloadable materials!

STANDARDS OF PRACTICE

GKTC supports the neurological differences that are a natural part of everyone. We recognize that we all learn and communicate differently. We celebrate students and embrace people as they are with unconditional acceptance.

SPELLING TO COMMUNICATE

Spelling to Communicate teaches individuals with motor challenges the purposeful motor skills necessary to point to letters to spell as an alternative means of communication.

TESTIMONIALS

Learn what our GKTC clients, parents and practitioners throughout the globe say about us.

CREATING WELCOMING COMMUNITIES

In early 2018 a group of seven nonspeaking autistics from Growing Kids Therapy Center ("The Tribe") joined 18 University of Virginia undergraduates in Charlottesville to discuss what role empathy and compassion should play in creating welcoming communities.
They were joined by Dr. Barry Prizant, author of “Uniquely Human: A Different Way of Seeing Autism.” Watch and share this video with friends and neighbors in your life.