Programs & Services

Related Services

  • A high quality, comprehensive process of screening, evaluation, identification, and direct services for students, pre-school-age 22, who demonstrate needs in one or more of the following disciplines: speech/ language/ communication, occupational therapy, physical therapy, adapted physical education, psychological services 
  • Team collaboration and consultation with parents, district staff, teachers, outside agencies, and other personnel to ensure provision of quality services for all students in all phases of education – classroom and transition services
  • Knowledgeable staff (licensed/ certified) who stay current on policies and procedures and who complete all required documentation for Medicaid reimbursement for participating districts 
  • A competitive cost structure allowing for the sharing of curriculum resources, staff, and consistent best practices 
  • One-on-one, small group, whole group and pull-out or inclusionary services based on student, classroom, and district needs

Speech and Language Therapy 

  • Development of each child's skills in the areas of receptive (understanding) and expressive (speaking) language 
  • Direct instruction and strategies to improve articulation (making sounds correctly) and pragmatics, (using language appropriately in social settings) speech and language skills 
  • Assessment, development, and coordination with teams on individualized communications systems to help build independent functional communication skills to express choices, wants and needs

Click to download Let's Talk About Speech, Language and Hearing Skills Handbook (a manual for families).

Occupational Therapy 

  • Identification of sensory and motor needs of students to allow meaningful access to the curriculum and an individual’s environment 
  • Development of sensory diets and schedules based upon a student's individual needs
  • Implementation of activities to improve a student's ability to respond to the environment and process information received from it 
  • Development of activities/ strategies along with direct instruction to improve small muscle control essential to writing, daily living skills, and daily tasks
  • Consultation with teachers to develop programs/ activities for adaptations and environmental modifications to improve student regulation of behavior and sensory needs

Physical Therapy 

  • Direct instruction of activities to increase or maintain balance, muscle strength and joint mobility
  • Direct instruction of strategies/ activities to improve perceptual motor (where the body is in relation to the environment) and reflex development 
  • Guidance and direction to improve wheelchair mobility, including transfer training to enhance a child's maximum functioning on a physical level in the environment
  • Treatment or advisement in the control of pain 
  • Collaboration with the IEP and school team to ensure an accessible school environment for all students in all situations

Adapted Physical Education 

  • Evaluation of abilities of gross motor and physical development as part of the multi-factored evaluation process 
  • Instruction to improve basic motor abilities, coordination, and physical and social-psychological performance aligned to state physical education standards
  • Instruction of appropriate life-long leisure skills 


  • Participation in and outside of the schools in prevention, intervention, and assessment for students who require support services due to psychological or behavioral problems
  • Interpretation of assessment data to educational teams and families
  • Recommendations for strategies related to behavior and academic supports to ensure appropriate intervention in the Multi-Tiered Support System (MTSS)
  • Guidance and when needed, implementation of a functional behavioral analysis (FBA) and behavior intervention plan (BIP)
  • Coordination and collaboration with early intervention services for students transitioning from early intervention to preschool and preschool to school age services