Family Enrichment

Springbrook's monthly enrichment/education program

Welcome Friends and Family

Each month, a team of our professionals will produce an informational video geared toward specific topics related to Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our goal is to help bridge the gap between our patients' stay with us and the transition back into the home environment. Also, we hope to empower families and our patients, and to provide tools that makes that transition successful. We encourage all family members and other natural support individuals to view these monthly presentations to become more in tune with how children and adolescents with autism relate and function in our world.

Look for our educational videos on the 2nd Saturday of each month. After you view the video, we will then give you the opportunity to ask questions specific to the presentation via email with each month’s presenter and the topic.

Topic for April 2021

Supporting Your Child in the Classroom at Home

The month of April features Springbrook's Director of Education, Jake Edgar. After viewing the video below, you are welcome to submit any questions you may have regarding this month's topic to Jake Edgar until April 30, 2021.

Submit questions to:

Please put April Family Enrichment Questions in the subject line of your email.

We hope you enjoy the video!

Meet Our Professionals

Jake Edgar

Jake is from Seneca South Carolina where in high school he first discovered his passion for working with children with special needs. Jake pursued his passion through working with Special Olympics throughout South Carolina where his love for working with this population grew. Jake attended Clemson University where he majored in Special Education. At the university Jake ran the Council for Exceptional Children and also continued his love with working with Special Olympics. Upon graduation Jake began his teaching career at Seneca High School where he lead the “Transition to Independence” program that worked to help children of all ability levels develop the life skill to have the best chance to succeed. After Seneca High School, Jake was called to work with more at risk students. He took the position of Director of Education at Springbrook Autism Behavioral Health in 2018. There Jake leads a talented group of educators to identify the best ways to help students that fall on the Autism Spectrum and with behavioral disorders succeed in the classroom. Jake is a firm believer that every child has the ability to improve and succeed in life, but as educators it is our responsibility to provide those children with the tools, strategies and encouragement in order to reach that success.