The Tohum Foundation Private Special Education School
Established in 2006, The Tohum Foundation Special Education Schoolprovides children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) with methodology based on Princeton Child Development Institute (“PCDI”) teaching. As an example to other schools, The Tohum Foundation Private Special Education School has taught a total of 1,780 children with 843 of these granted full financial scholarships by the school.
Regulated by the Ministry of Education, The Tohum Foundation Special Education Schoolprovides early, primary and secondary education to children with ASD.
Our students receive at least 30 periods of teaching per week based on a strong bond with the parent-teacher cooperation using The Tohum Foundation Special Education Schoolsyllabus.
Tohum Foundation Private Special Education School provides assessment, programs for teacher training, library access, research and dissemination services.
The staff of the Private Tohum Foundation Special Education School consists of experts who have received intensive training in the PCDI curriculum and are subject to proficiency assessment twice a year.
Tohum Autism Foundation Special Education School organizes a monthly visiting days for families, educators and experts. Monthly visiting days are given in the table down below. During the visit, in addition to the introduction of the institution, guests will learn about the educational programs developed for the independence, language development and social interaction of our children.
With early detection and an intensive course of teaching the child can be reborn.
The students who apply to Tohum Autism Foundation Special Education School may receive an education free of charge or with scholarships at different rates after the evaluation.
Tohum Autism Foundation Special Education School offers internship and counseling services in the fall and spring semesters of the academic year to undergraduate and graduate students who want to improve themselves in the fall and spring semesters of the academic year.