the learnmore verbal behavior curriculum VBC™
What Is It?
A verbal behavior based scope and sequence curriculum for children with autism or challenging language disorders.
The Verbal Behavior Curriculum VBC™ is an innovative learning tool that addresses specific language delays, teaches prerequisite and basic language skills and allows you, the educator, to build more advanced language skills in your students.
Based on over 30 years of research, the VBC is full of easy-to-use features that are customizable to individual educational needs and learning pace.
Not Just a Curriculum
The Verbal Behavior Curriculum VBC™ is delivered through the Unitus Therapy Intelligence© cloud-based electronic records management system, so you get the added benefit of streamlining your entire operation with instant data management, communication, graphs and reporting, security and HIPAA compliance, and program customization.
Get your child talking
As a parent or caregiver of a child with language or speech challenges, encouraging the professional who works with your child to use the Verbal Behavior Curriculum VBC™ is a smart move. Not only will you be empowering them to provide better service to your child, but you'll be more in the know about your child's progress with instant reporting features and customizable programs. You'll be able to see what works for your child and be an even bigger part of their success.
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Who uses the verbal behavior curriculum VBC™?
Speech & language pathologists, school districts, private schools for children with autism and related disorders, certified behavior analysts and special education instructors; anyone who works with anyone with language challenges benefits from this proven curriculum.
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About LearnMore, Inc.
Dr. gladys williams & Dr. richard laitinen
It is our mission to provide services that are empirically based and continuously validated for efficacy and efficiency to remediate language and social skills. These services must ultimately advance the individual's independence, freedom of choice, intellectual and social skills.