A recent radio segment and article on NPR highlighted an “intellectual oasis” in Iowa where gifted students with special needs can thrive, learn, and continue challenging themselves in a healthy […]
Sensory-Friendly Strategies: Creating a Supportive Learning Environment For educators and parents alike, creating a supportive learning environment is crucial to ensuring students’ academic and emotional success with sensory sensitivities. At […]
The Deron School’s Programs for Special Needs Adults When it comes to offering exemplary education and unwavering support for individuals with special needs, The Deron School stands at the forefront. […]
At The Deron School, we understand the importance of sensory integration therapy in supporting our students’ development and enhancing their overall well-being.
Whether you are a student, a parent, or a caregiver, this guide will be a valuable resource to ensure a successful start to the school year.
As a parent of a child with special needs, you may have wondered if enrolling your child in a special needs preschool is necessary. The answer is a resounding YES!
Speech therapy is vital in helping children with autism develop practical communication skills. While professional therapy sessions are essential, there are numerous ways to supplement these efforts with at-home practices.
Special Education Resources & Organizations You Should Know About The Deron School provides students with several relevant special education resources and organizations. We understand that students with different learning needs […]
What is Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy for Autism? Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is a scientifically proven method of behavior modification that has been used for decades in treating various conditions, […]
Our high school special education program provides students with the tools and skills to navigate their high school and post-high school transition confidently.
Outdoor summer activities provide an excellent opportunity to enjoy the beautiful weather while promoting physical activity, sensory exploration, and socialization.