THE LEARNING LANE | ABA center
The Learning Lane (also lovingly known as T·L·L) is a locally owned and operated Applied Behavior Analysis Center dedicated to children ages from one to eight years of age with Autism. Our mission is to make every child feel triumphant in some way every day by providing a positive childhood experience.
It’s our pleasure to offer a multidisciplinary approach to learning using the principles of ABA. Our program offers a unique mixture of one-on-one time balanced with group interaction. Our highly qualified staff address a broad continuum of skills, in the areas of behavior, basic learning, cognitive, self-help, motor and language development.
We are a private pay center for children with autism or language delays. We also work with your Insurance Companies to get services covered. The Learning Lane’s staff provides a broad continuum of direct services, information and support in the areas of behavior, basic learning, cognitive, self-help, motor, and language development.
25511 Richards Road
Monday – Friday:
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
We invite you to contact us to learn more about our programs, services and application process!
MEET THE clinical DIRECTOR—Stephanie Hulshof
Steph graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Special Education and from the University of Houston with a Masters in Communication Disorders. She has worked in the field of ABA for over 20 years and has been with The Learning Lane since 2009. Her experience includes consulting for in home and school programs for children with Autism locally and in other areas of the United States and Canada. She holds a Lifetime Certification in the state of Texas as a General and Special Education teacher as well as certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Steph lives in the Woodlands with her husband and two sons.
MEET THE clinical DIRECTOR—Cari Harker-Henry
Cari has a Master of Education degree in Educational Administration, a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Specialization in Special Education and a Graduate Certification in Applied Behavior Analysis. In addition, she has a Texas Teaching Certification in Elementary Self-Contained and Highly Qualified in the core subject areas for grades first through eighth, Texas Teaching Certification in Generic Special Education for grades pre-kindergarten through twelfth and a Texas Principal Certification for grades early childhood through twelfth. She is also a Level Four Behavior Intervention Specialist in Positive Behavior Supports. In 2003, she became a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) and in 2011 became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She worked in the public school system for seventeen years, with children from three years of age to twenty-two years of age diagnosed with a variety of disabilities developing and implementing behavioral interventions.
She believes that great teamwork/collaboration, consistent hard work and a few good laughs along with way are the keys to great achievement. She has been working with children diagnosed with a disability since high school and truly feels a passion for it. She and her husband are the proud parents of two amazing boys.
The Learning Lane program serves learners with Autism ranging in ages from 12 months to 7 years old. While the groups are arranged in a developmental sequence, we are responsive to the needs of the individual children that enter into services. It’s our pleasure to offer the following services to our children and their families.
Diagnostics - diagnostic evaluations are offered for those with suspected or known Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnoses to confirm or rule out an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis or to update other assessment information.
Inclusion - inclusionary opportunities for group interaction within a traditional preschool setting are available to children that meet the necessary criteria. Children are supported by ABA trained staff mixed with daily one on one assistance.
Shadowing - to facilitate the transition from our intensive Clinical setting to a more typical classroom environment
Social Skills - provides direct instruction in functional social skills through a comprehensive module system in a “safe” environment, providing children the opportunity to develop the skills needed for success in the social arena.