Marimor School Mission
“Our Students Really Learn”
What are School Age Services?
The School age program provides educational services for children and youth ages six through twenty-one. Classes are in session Monday through Friday from 8:00-2:30. The school age program uses the Unique Learning System which is aligned with the Ohio Academic Extended Content Standards.
What services are offered?
Each student has an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Parents and professionals meet as a team to determine the goals, objectives, related services and specialized instruction that are needed to help the child be successful. The mandatory team members include a Special Education Supervisor from the District of Residence, an Intervention Specialist and the parent.
Related Services and Specialized Instruction are individualized for a child with an identified developmental delay or disability and may include:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Nursing Services
- Assistive Technology
- Behavior Support
Activities for school age students may also include:
- Physical Education
- Community Recreation activities such as swimming, bowling or equestrian therapy
- Music activities
- Music performance groups such as Bell Choir, Handchime Choir or Travel Choir
- Art activities
- Dance activities
- Participation in Allen Lima Leadership youth activities
Who is eligible for services in the School Age Program?
A child or youth who:
- Is age six through twenty-one
- Resides in Allen County
- Has a disability category of Multiple Disabilities or Autism as determined by the Evaluation Team Report (ETR). The ETR is completed by the District of Residence at no cost to the parent.
- Has medical issues which require the services of a nurse or has behavioral issues that were unable to be addressed in the District of Residence through a positive intervention plan
- Is referred for services by the Home School District
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