SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
A. Early Intervention
This program is for children from 0-5 years of age. The educational priorities for these young children are the development of language concepts, social and communication skills, sensory and motor skills, self-help and life skills.
The educational program for the pre-school, ages 5-8, depends on the skills in the Early Intervention years and their intellectual ability. The priorities for this level is to further develop the skills formed under the Early Intervention Program and to prepare the learner for the more focused academic courses.
The program comprises the academic competencies in the areas of language development, reading, writing, math, social studies and science and the development of social competencies.
D. Pre-Adolescent Academic and Vocational
The academic areas of the program consists of science, geography, social studies, arts, enhancement of language and speech correction, and functional math. The program emphasizes on the need vocational training and work evaluation and adjustment.
E. Adolescent Post-Secondary
Academic and vocational work continues on this program with a course of on-the-job training, sheltered workshop, job apprenticeship and evaluation and work adjustment.
F. Halfway House and Vocational Program
Prepares handicapped children for community living by teaching life-skills, maximizing the potential for socio-economic independence and providing opportunities for recreation.