- Educational Programs
- Individualized instruction
- Highly structured teaching environments with a low student/teacher ratio.
- Pre and post testing to determine developmental, educational, and daily living skill needs.
- Academic and functional skill instruction
- Communication skills training and Speech/Language therapy.
- Sensory needs programming.
- Adapted physical education/Recreational Therapy
- Prevocational and vocational programming.
- Transition services including Work Awareness and Job Coach Programs.
- Counseling and social/emotional skill building.
- Triennial Psychological testing and consultation as needed.
- Behavioral analysis and behavioral programming.
- Data-based decision making.
- Functional behavioral analysis.
- Individualized behavioral interventions.
- Prescriptive means for reinforcement.
- Opportunities for integration and mainstreaming.
- Social skill instruction.
- Behavior specialist on staff.
Adapted Physical Education /Recreation Therapy
- Opportunities for skill generalization in various settings.
- A variety of recreational and educational experiences.
Parent Support Program
- Adapted to the needs of each student
- Sports and games modified to enhance maximal participation
- Focus on fitness: aerobic, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and body composition
- Leisure skill instruction
- Development of social, problem-solving, communication skills
Community Support Services
- Regular opportunities for parent information, discussion, and support.
- Frequent contact and interaction between school and home, including home visits
- Parent participation in the school environment for observation, training, and practice in the instruction of their child.
- Information about additional support groups in the community.
- Consultation with participating school division personnel.
- In service training.
- Follow-up on center students returning to the local school divisions.
- Coordination with physicians, therapists and other agencies involved with the family.
- School nurse.