What services are offered?
Students with Individualized Education Programs (IEP) may need support outside of the public school setting. These students will have an established team, including their parents, to determine the goals, objectives, and services needed to be successful. The mandatory team members include a Special Education Supervisor from the District of Residence and an Intervention Specialist.
Services are tailored to each student and may include:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Nursing Services
- Assistive Technology
- Behavior Support
- Specialized Instruction
Who is eligible for School-Age Services?
A student who:
- Is six through twenty-one years old.
- 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 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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