About the Program
Anyone who works with children knows that each child is unique, with his or her own special talents and abilities. And when a child has special needs, it’s even more important to teach to a child’s strengths. Recognizing a child’s uniqueness sometimes requires adaptations to typical learning situations. Adaptive Finding God provides an answer and leads with this idea in mind: It all begins with the child.
Adaptive Finding God is the foremost program of its kind, offering faith formation for children with special needs, and adaptable to a variety of settings and situations. Adaptive Finding God can be used in conjunction with the Finding God grade-level books or as a stand-alone program for parishes, schools, and at home.
Meaningful catechesis: Adaptive Finding God provides catechists, teachers, and parents with the tools and guidance to offer meaningful catechesis for all children.
Multisensory learning: Loyola Learning Tools™ enhance lessons by serving children’s different strengths and abilities.
Builds on strengths: Respects children and those who serve them by recognizing and building on each child’s gifts and providing support to build on strengths.
Developed in consultation with the National Catholic Partnership on Disability