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Apparo Academy is a non-profit, faith-based, specialized early intervention and education program designed to provide a therapeutic education to children ages 6 weeks through Kindergarten in a one-of-a-kind, inclusive and integrated setting.
Apparo means "to make ready" and that is our desire.
We strive to make all children ready for the next stage of life by offering them an individualized, integrative, therapeutic education all in one location. We also offer full-time nursing care, which is provided onsite by the Children's Hospital of Georgia's Augusta University nursing staff.
In addition to the children, we are also getting parents, therapists and teachers ready by providing educational opportunities on a variety of topics, including how to navigate the educational and medical systems.
Apparo Academy is excited to announce our expansion, which would not be possible without the amazing, philanthropic community of the CSRA! Our new, 16,000 square foot facility has 10 classrooms, 2 therapy pods, 2 nursing offices, conference room and a wide array of administrative offices. Apparo is now renovating the older building of 5,000 sq ft to be a state-of-the-art, outpatient therapy clinic, which includes a 14 x 8 therapy pool. There are many exciting additions to the property with these renovations and we invite you to come and hear more about it.
Diversity and Inclusion
The practice of inclusion is core to the mission of Apparo Academy. We value and promote diversity at all levels. We celebrate cultural and other differences, and consider them strengths of the organization.
For our staff, we provide an inclusive work environment where everyone is treated with fairness, dignity, and respect. We consider diversity laws, regulations, and policies as a minimum standard in this regard. We recruit and retain a diverse staff reflective of the children we serve.
We recognize and value the diversity of the population we serve. We strive to provide culturally competent and language appropriate care to each child in our school and therapy clinic.