At our Montclair Campus, we work with special needs teens and adults ranging in age between 13-21 years old through our adult transition program.
Since the brain is most impressionable during this time, early childhood special education and early intervention methods are crucial due to their ability to change a child’s developmental path for their entire lifetime.
Let’s look at three benefits of after-school programs for kids with learning disabilities.
Here are five classroom accommodations that educators can implement to ease this transitional phase in their students’ lives.
Since a change of routine is bound to happen during this time, preparing for that is essential to easing the transition come September.
Back-to-school is right around the corner, making now the perfect time to begin thinking about sending your child with developmental disabilities to a private special education school.
In most instances, children with developmental disabilities need aided instruction when learning to communicate effectively.
While most children learn to self-monitor as they age, children with developmental disabilities may not master these skills without support and instruction.
To provide the most effective support for these children, specialists believe that early childhood intervention is critical.
For students with developmental disabilities, summer comes with a major shift in schedule.