Special Education System

Special education teaches numerous core academic skills.  These lessons are specially designed to meet the unique needs of children who have disabilities. According the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act a federal law known as IDEA students that are eligible for special education are entitled to the same rights as typically developing students which is a free, appropriate, public education frequently referred to as FAPE.

State and federal laws, which incorporate methodologies, and processes that must be followed by parents, school districts, and relative service agencies, drive Special Education. Special education can include special instruction in the classroom, at home, in hospitals or institutions, or in other settings. This definition of special education comes from the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Public Law 105-17.
Over 6.5 million children ages 6 through 21 receive special education and related services each year in the United States. Each of these children receives instruction that is specially designed to:

  1. Meet the child’s unique needs (that result from having a disability); and
  1. Help the child learn the information and skills that other children are learning.

 

Navigating the Special Education System

Navigating through the maze of special education law, researching and implementing effective autism interventions, as well as managing relationships with service professionals and school district personnel can be a daunting, endless responsibility.

The Autism Education Network understands that knowledge is power, when it comes to advocating and negotiating a special education plan for your child. Therefore, we provide detailed information on everything from your child’s evaluation and eligibility for special education services to Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) and Individual Education Plans (IEP) which are broken down in two sections:

 

We have a special connection with school systems where we can offer our services to ensure a complete program of the highest quality while your child is in the school system.  Our specially trained teaching staffs are well experienced and confident to teach your child.  The benefit to having Autism Architect or ABA Educators work with your child allows a sense of peace as your know that the staff will be able to stay with your child for years to come and that they will build a meaningful relationship and advocate for your child’s needs.

 

 
Resources

Excelsior offers speciality camps that focus on different areas of student interest.

ASL (American Sign language) Excelsior's award winning sign language program Talk to the Hand has received the Best in New England from the U.S Education Review.

 

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