CHILD FIND applies to children from birth to 21 years old who are suspected of having a disability. For more information visit http://www.azed.gov/specialeducation/
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY is to help children with various needs to improve their cognitive, physical, motor skills and enhance their self-esteem nd sense of accomplishment
SPEECH-LANGUAGE THERAPY is the treatment for children who have difficulty with speech and/or language disorders.
PHYSICAL THERAPY is for children who have difficulty with physical movement from an illness, disease or disability.
VISION, HEARING AND ORIENTATION & MOBILITY services provided by Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind (ASDB) providers.
COUNSELING – An ESS COunselor is available to students who need counseling according to their Individual Education Plan.
RESOURCE – Individual needs are supported in resource rooms as defined by the student’s IEP. Sometimes this form of support is called Resource and Withdrawal (or pull out) from regular classroom. The child getting this type of support will receive some time in the resource room which refers to the withdrawal portion of the day and some time in the regular classroom with modifications and/or accomodations which is the resource support in the regular classroom.
SUPPLIMENTARY AIDES & SERVICES – aids, services and other supports that are provided in regular education classes, other education related settings, and in extracurricular and nonacademic settings, to enable children with disabilities to be educated with non-disabled children to the maximum extent appropriate.
Each student in the program is provided with a case manager that is responsible for managing the student’s individual education plan, progress reporting and evaluations. The case managers schedule annual IEP meetings with the students as well as evaluations every three years. The meetings may occur more often if needed. Progress reports are completed quarterly or more often if needed.