In 1994, after more than 20 years of operation in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA, we implemented our Global Classroom to equip parents, caregivers, teachers, and professionals around the globe with the educational tools, training, and mentorship they need to care for children with special needs.
Paradigms around the world are beginning to shift and you can be a part of it.
Four Main Programs
What people are saying
Welcoming International Delegations
We are happy to coordinate custom tours for international visitors and those with an international interest.
- Q&A Sessions
- Classroom Observation
- Assistive Technology Demonstrations
Let us take you on a journey through our headquarters full of vision, hope and love. Think, “What could be?”
International Intern Training Program
International interns get the chance to learn inside the classrooms from qualified specialists including licensed OT’s, PT’s, SLP’s, special education teachers, LAMP certified staff, and low vision certified specialists.
Who can apply?
If you have a heart for children with special needs and desire experiential training, this is the internship for you. We accept interns from all around the world as well as those from the US with intent on working internationally with children having special needs.
What is the length of the internship?
Internship lengths are customized to meet your needs but have lasted anywhere from one week to two years.
When do the internships take place?
Internships take place year-round. Please look at our school calendar to see when we are closed for holidays. (link to calendar)
Where are the internships located?
Little Light House Headquarters in Tulsa, OK, USA.
International Training Trips
We strategically train other special needs programs around the world on cutting edge technologies and therapies. We do this through short-term trips in which our primary focus is to provide professional development and training.
Our highly qualified teams of professionals conduct hands-on activities, conferences, and presentations depending on the need. Teams may also provide information and demonstrations on how to create assistive technology with locally available supplies.
In our nearly 50 years of working with children with special needs, we have gained many incredible insights, techniques, and tools to help them thrive.
Using our online blog, we have turned those ideas into resources with you in mind. Whether you are a parent or professional, we hope you can find answers here.
We also offer free training and downloads of our Head to Toe, Heart & Soul Bible Based curriculum, developed and utilized by Little Light House staff.
Let’s all work together to help kids be kids.