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The Institute for the Redesign of Learning, a leader in Special Education, mental health, and transition and adult services in Southern California since 1974, annually serves 3,700 individuals with developmental, learning, and/or emotional disabilities, as well as individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders throughout the greater Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley communities. The institute for the Redesign of Learning operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.  For more information, please click here.   Program areas include:

Almansor Early Childhood Education Services — Designed to encourage the social, physical, emotional and intellectual growth and development of each child, we strive to create an atmosphere that allows each child’s intellectual curiosity to flourish in a safe and nurturing environment. Serving children who are both typically developing and those with developmental disabilities, the program focuses on the innate worth of each individual child and honors the cultural diversity that allows us all to learn from each other and become competent, caring, and contributing members of society. For more information click here.

Almansor Community Outreach Services — Services include early childhood intervention; speech and language therapy; and consultation to parents and professionals working with young children. Funded through contracts with public school districts and Head Start agencies, Almansor Community Outreach Services is designed to foster the growth and development of young children ages 3-5 years with learning, developmental, motor, language, behavior, and/or emotional needs. For more information click here.

Westmoreland Academy – Our specialty Non-Public day school program for students with Autism Disorders (ASD) funded by contracts with California Public School Districts and private pay, Westmoreland Academy is founded on the belief that extraordinary students deserve an extraordinary program, and we offer specialized curriculum that meets the individual needs of students who learn in a multitude of ways. Westmoreland Acedemy provides a nurturing and effective education using the most current, scientifically-proven, and evidence-based curriculum and interventions available. For more information click here.

Almansor Academy —A nonspecial Education Non-Public day school program funded by contracts with California Public School Districts, the Almansor Academy provides education and related services to students with learning, language, developmental, behavioral, and emotional needs. We serve individuals ages 5-22 years, and all education programs meet the referring school district and California State Department of Education Curriculum Standards, leading to a Certificate of Completion or High School Diploma. For more information click here.

Almansor Mental Health Services — Offering a full array of therapeutic services for children, youth, and young adults ages 3-22 years, Almansor Mental Health Services contracts with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and other agencies, and strives to empower clients and families to “take charge” of their own success. Services are offered in English, Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Vietnamese; cultural sensitivity is emphasized. For more information click here.

Almansor Transition and Adult Services (TAS)/Almansor Supported Employment Services — Almansor TAS and Supported Employment Services programs offer personal, vocational skills training, and supported employment services to youth and adults with developmental disabilities, emotional, or mental health issues, including Autism Spectrum Disorders. The TAS Program is vendored through the Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center and the California Department of Rehabilitation, and serves clients from surrounding Regional Centers and various Department of Rehabilitation service areas. Participants in TAS are empowered to focus on and develop the social and adaptive skills necessary to live and work independently and experience the quality of life that they seek to obtain. For more information click here.