Special Education services are provided to students with a documented disability that require the services of a qualified special education service provider. An Evaluation Team Report (ETR) documenting eligibility for SLD (Specific Learning Disability), OHI (Other Health Impaired – ADHD, etc.), Autism, or Speech/Language and an IEP (Individualized Education Program) or ISP (Individualized Services Plan) should already be in place. Support services include:
- Collaborative intervention services with students, teachers, counselors, and parents including effective instructional/learning strategies for students with learning differences
- Testing accommodations – as noted in the student’s La Salle Building Accommodation Plan
- Speech Language Services – designed to help meet the needs of students with diagnosed language, articulation, voice, and/or fluency disorders who need direct, indirect, or consultative speech/language services
- Occupational Therapist or Audiologist services as written in the student’s IEP
- Re-evaluations for current students who have already receive services and initial evaluations for students who are suspected of having a disability based upon student’s lack of response to intervention
The Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship Program (JPSN) and Autism Scholarship Program (AUT) through the Ohio Department of Education give the parents of children with disabilities the choice to send their child to special education programs other than the one operated by their school district of residence to receive the education and the services outlined in their individualized education program (IEP).