Special Education Services 

 
Related services are provided when the special education Team deems them necessary in order for the student to access, participate in and make progress in his/her educational program. Related services are provided in varied locations and group arrangements including general education, small group, and one-to-one. All services can be provided within the general education class or in a separate setting dependent upon the decision of the special education Team. Following is a list of related services. Note that this is not an exhaustive list.

ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION/MOTOR GROUPS
Assists students with various disabilities which include large motor skills, eye-hand coordination, upper body strength

 
Develops skills that promote self-esteem within the physical education curricula

Provides services enabling student to develop skills necessary for participation in physical education including development of physical skill sets, socialization skills for group physical activity participation and positive group interaction skills

Provides support when deemed necessary to general education physical education staff to provide direction regarding student requiring adaptations within the general education setting

APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a scientific approach to understanding behavior. ABA has been effective for teaching a vast range of skills to people with disabilities. Behaviors may include language, social skills, cognitive skills, self-care, play and leisure skills, as well as modifying maladaptive behaviors.  ABA relies on data based decisions regarding an individual’s progress and utilizes systematic approaches to change behavior which may include 1:1 discrete trial teaching, social skill groups, incidental teaching, and generalization and maintenance techniques.

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY
Provide evaluations and consultations regarding a student's needs to access general education.

BEHAVIORAL CONSULTATION
Consultation to parents/guardians
Consultation to staff
Development of Positive Behavior Intervention Plans
Observation and data collection

PHYSICAL THERAPY
Development of gross motor skills
Motor groups for pre-school students
Development of muscle tone and strength

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Fine motor skill development
Visual motor skills development
Visual perception training
Sensory integration approaches including development and implementation of sensory diets
Daily living skills

SCHOOL COUNSELING
Individual and small group counseling
Social Skills Groups
Support and consultation to parents
Crisis Team Involvement
Administrative Team Support
Positive Behavioral Support Plan Development
Classroom Observations
Lunch social groups

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPY
Pragmatic groups/development of social competencies
Articulation remediation
Language processing skill development
Approaches to remedy fluency and voice disorders
Augmentative communication
Development of executive function skills
Support and instruction for hearing disorders including technology

TEACHER OF THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING
Consult and direct service to students with hearing issues
Equipment needs and environmental consultation

TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS
Consult and direct service to students with vision needs and issues
Functional vision assessment and instruction/Learning Media assessment and instruction

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