• Clinical Services

    The Special Children's School  is fortunate to have a highly trained and experienced clinical staff. The clinical staff consists of:

    • School Nurse
    • Speech-Language Pathologists 
    • Physical Therapists
    • Occupational Therapist
    • Hearing and Visually Impaired Services
    • Adaptive Physical Education

    Therapy Services

    Upon admission to The Special Children's School, the appropriate therapist will review each child's current evaluations.

    Along with the traditional gross motor, fine motor and communication assessments, these specialized evaluations and therapies are available:

    • Oral Motor, Feeding and Self-help
    • Sensory Integration/Processing
    • Consultative Services with local Orthotists and vendors for seating and mobility
    • Augmentative Communication and Assistive Technology
    • Otoacoustic Emissions Screening (hearing and middle ear screening)

    Team Evaluations are available for:

    • Low and High Tech Assistive Technology
    • Computers
    • Adaptive Equipment
    • Augmentative Communication

    Therapies are most often delivered in the classroom setting in collaboration with the teaching staff. Therapists are instrumental in ensuring that each child's goals are carried out throughout the day as part of their daily routine. Pull-out therapy is used when deemed necessary by the therapist.

Last Modified on November 22, 2019