Provides specially desigend instruction to students who need a program that is highly structrured with a special emphasis on behavior modification. The program focuses on a strong speech and language component, which encourages the development of independence and self-sufficiency in the areas of community-based instruction, functional academics, vocational, leisure and social skills.
Provides a structured, behaviorally enhanced approache to students who primary need is for social skills development or who demonstrate a pattern of maladaptive behaviors that may include poor attendance, aggression toward others, withdrawal, poor peer/adult relationships and court involvement. The primary goal of the program is to teach students the behaviors necessary to function within acceptable behavioral norms of the school and greater community.
Provides specially designed instruction to students that have a significant disparity between educational expectancy and one or more of the following: oral expression, written expression, listening comprehension, basic reading skills, reading comprehension, mathematic calculations and mathematic reasoning.
Life Skills Support
Provides specially designed instruction to students whose identified need is that of independent living. These needs are in the areas of self-cafe, social adequacy, langauge development, peceptual motor and work skills.
Provides specially designed instruction to students who have two or more disabilities of equal severity and whose program needs are communication, activities of daily living, as well as personal and social skills.