Children with disabilities spending the day tucked away in a different kind of classroom, separated from most of the kids their age. This may have been the norm in the past. But as the field of Special Education has moved forward, much has changed.
Special Education today is still focused on helping children with disabilities learn. But this no longer has to mean placing kids in a special classroom all day long. In fact, federal law requires that students who receive special education services be taught alongside their non-disabled peers as much as possible.
- Academic Support
- Self Help
- Motor Activities
- Activities of Daily Living (ADL)
- Supportive Education
- Remedial Education
- Communication & Socilization