Our methodology and HOPE. TRUTH. LOVE. environment are now offered in two locations; Jacob’s Ladder has opened a new Buckhead campus this Fall! It was our goal to offer a more convenient location to our families inside the Perimeter, and we reached that goal August of this year with a small school that we know will grow and prosper in the same way its Roswell predecessor has done. Buckhead is not just a new location. It is a new branch in thinking. Of believing that a message and a methodology can be bigger than one building. That by expanding into …Read More
When we first met Miracle in February 2014, her parents were unsure if she was able to process any auditory language. At her initial evaluation they said that she probably understood less than 3% of what was being said around her, as she had been pronounced deaf in her left ear and had moderate hearing loss in her right ear. In fact, Miracle had been previously diagnosed with Auditory Neuropathy, where the inner ear structure responsible for perceiving sound is thought to be intact, but there were issues transmitting the input through the auditory nerve to the brain. Since the JL …Read More
William is a bright, social almost 5-year old boy with lots of energy and a big personality who enjoys playing with trucks, cars, and dinosaurs. He has made lots of friends among the students and staff at Jacob’s Ladder. William started programming during the summer of 2014. He has worked incredibly hard over the past year and made some incredible strides. His first re-evaluation was in May 2015 and after taking the summer off to spend some quality time with family, he began his new program at the beginning of this school year. William’s new program focuses is four-fold: to increase …Read More
What a wonderful first day of school we had! We are looking forward to another successful year of HOPE. TRUTH. & LOVE! Thank you to Nick Rhodes of Coalesce Films for capturing our first day!
Cyon first came to Jacob’s Ladder in July 2011. Prior to coming to Jacob’s Ladder, Cyon had been diagnosed with a variety of disorders, ranging from Cystic encephalomalacia (type of brain damage caused by softening of neurological tissue) and microcephaly (head smaller than same-age peers), to cerebral palsy and developmental delay. Concerns were also present regarding Cyon’s visual abilities, as he had ultimately been diagnosed with central macular vision impairment with strabismus in both eyes. When we first met Cyon, his parents were looking for a place who would understand his unique abilities and help him learn. During the initial …Read More