As of 2015, the Odyssey Learning Center provides an individualized educational program that is aimed towards children that have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. The Odyssey Learning Center's program can be applied to students between the ages of 3 and 22 and is made up of various components, such as community-based instruction, vocational skills training, independent living skills training, transition programs and academics.
In addition to its educational program offering, the Odyssey Learning Center also operates various therapeutic programs that are given to its students on a one-on-one basis. The Odyssey Learning Center individually assesses each student and uses these results in conjunction with the Individualized Education Plan team. Additionally, the center provides group treatment sessions that are staffed by both speech and occupational therapists. The Odyssey Learning Center also maintains a team of on-site therapists that help students create a routine.
The Odyssey Learning Center also provides gross motor activities that are individually modified for the student's needs. The center's gross motor activities include sports using various exercise equipment, such as treadmills and bikes. Students studying at the Odyssey Learning Center also have access to the center's full-time behavior specialists to rectify or address any challenging behaviors they exhibit.