Structure Teaching

Structured Teaching (TEACCH Program)

The TEACCH® Autism Program is a clinical, training, and research program based at the University of North Carolina – USA. TEACCH uses a method called “Structured TEACCHing.” Structured TEACCHing provides strategies and tools for teachers to use in the classroom. These help students with autism to achieve educational and therapeutic goals.

The Structured TEACCHing approach focuses on:

  • External organizational supports to address challenges with attention and executive function.
  • Visual and/or written information to supplement verbal communication.
  • Structured support for social communication.


At Hope Kids all our staff receive training to teach children using Structured TEACCHing. Some of our staff have also joined training from the USA. Structured TEACCHing uses organization and supports in the classroom environment to help students learn best. This includes:

  1. Physical organization
  2. Individualized schedules
  3. Work (Activity) systems
  4. Visual structure of materials in tasks and activities
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How to enroll your child to a class?

Contact the school to schedule a visit and learn about the enrollment process. This will give you an opportunity to tour the school, meet with staff, and ask any questions you may have about the school.