Aim Learning Center, LLC, is a private learning center located in southwest Arvada. It started in the summer of 2017 with the goal of bringing the most effective learning environment to students, especially those who have struggled in traditional school programs or who have diagnosed disabilities.
Mia Coffing, M.Ed., BCBA, has been researching, teaching, and consulting in the field of special education for 15 years. She taught reading and math in both resource room and inclusion formats, designed school-wide positive behavior support plans, developed, administered, and supervised home and school ABA programs for children with autism, and consulted to school districts, teachers, and families in 6 different states. Coffing is excited to expand her services for students and school districts in metro Denver, where she has lived and worked for the past 7 years.
Coffing attended Dartmouth College for her undergraduate degree and Vanderbilt University for a masters in Special Education. In addition to her experience thus far, she has visited schools and learning centers across the country who use the applications of applied behavior analysis in their teaching. She has also trained at Haugland Learning Center in Columbus, OH, a successful replication of Morningside Academy in Seattle.
Coffing is dedicated to providing the best teaching services to her students and helping parents navigate the special education world. She is active in her community and lives in Arvada with her family.