Physical Therapy services are offered based on need for students who require extra support to access the school environment. The delivery service model may be one-on-one, in a group, or services to the program. The main goals addressed are gross motor skills related to classroom and school accessibility.
School psychologists consult with staff and parents regarding a child’s individual needs. They provide ancillary services to children including:
Evaluation and identification of a child’s specialized needs
Planning and implementation of educational supports, services and programs
Conduction functional behavior assessments
Development of interventions for children
Provide resources and information to school staff and parents
Coordinate with physician and other community service agencies
School Social Workers
-provide direct and indirect services to parents when a student's social, emotional and behavioral well-being is challenged and directly compromises school success.
Teacher Consultants for Children on the Autism Spectrum (ASD TCs) service children from birth to age 26. ASD TCs perform many different roles within and outside of the district. They serve as members of the school teams, which evaluate students for educational programming, support parents of students with special needs and support the special education and general education programs and classrooms. Our ASD TCs also in-service school staff and students, attend Wayne County RESA workshops that impact special education programming and are members of the Tri-County Consulting Group.
Students who have problems seeing (whether partially sighted or blind) are often referred to as having a visual impairment which interferes with development or which may affect their learning. Among the characteristics are visual acuity of 20/70 or less in the better eye after correction, or a peripheral field of vision restricted to not more than 20 degrees. The student may need orientation and mobility services.