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
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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