PRLog - Jan. 29, 2012 - DALLAS -- consisting of a 10,000 square foot building on a spacious 1.6-acre wooded, creek-lined lot. “We are making significant changes to the building to meet our exact specifications, which are designed to optimize the space to better serve our students’ needs,” says Brenda Batts, Owner. “Our new facility will feature a new State of the Art “Sensory Zone” consisting of a pod of 4 rooms - (1) a Sensory Room, (2) a Computer Lab with enhanced sensory software, (3) a Student Lounge with highly interactive, virtual video programs, and (4) a feature rich Speech Lab featuring “Conversation Stations” and Smart Board Technology designed to address our students' unique sensory, vocational, communication, academic, and social skills needs.”
Batts believes that,"our space and on-site resources will be superior to any in the area".
What Does This Mean?
The new space that Focus on the Future Training Center has acquired will offer better resources than their current space, which will lead to superior programs. In addition to an attractive, spacious playground, state of the art “Sensory Zone”, and larger and more attractive classrooms, our new building is also more conveniently located near a wider selection of higher quality retail outlets, including the Collin Creek Mall-all of which, will enhance the reach and effectiveness of our community-based instruction programs.
The objective of Focus on the Future Training Center is to offer a superior educational experience and better developmental resources, including Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and their new Physical Therapy and Canine Therapies for the same value as they do today. They expect the demand for the new school will be greater than their current supply of spaces, initially. “We plan to grow, gradually, to outreach to more students, while maintaining the same low student/teacher ratios and individualized curriculums, that have been so instrumental to our success, so we can achieve a higher quality of educational and independence skills adoption than is possible in our current setting,” says Batts.
The move should be completed within the next 30 days and the staff will focus on assimilating their programs and students to the new environment and enhancing their program through the use of new and superior resources. Once they have successfully assimilated and enhanced their program into the new space, they will accept additional students through a slow, organic growth plan that is designed to achieve a greater level of educational and independence skills related success which they have built their reputations on over the past five years.