Neurodiversity describes the broad range of differences in individual brain function and behavioral traits. It refers to variations in the human brain regarding sociability, learning, attention, mood, and other neurological developments and functions.
Every human is unique and different in their own way. Therefore, it's an unrealistic expectation for the learning environment to remain the same for all children.
At Dragonfly Academy, we want to embrace the neurodiversity of our students while also providing an outstanding education in a therapeutic setting.
Our curriculum is based on Howard Gardener’s Eight Intelligence theory. Using Gardener’s ways of teaching in a therapeutic educational environment, combined with group or individual therapies (e.g. social skills group, art and music therapy), children are able to embrace their individuality while receiving a well-rounded education that will prepare them for their bright future.
Location: 6392 McLeod, Suite #2, Las Vegas, Nevada 89120