Educating students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other low incidence disorders to promote independence, community involvement, and improve quality of life across their lifespan.
Karen Troup, Supervisor
513-695-2900, ext. 2981
The Social Communication Program provides educational programming for students that are in grades K-12th identified with autism spectrum disorder and other low incidence disorders. The program provides a low student to teacher ratio in order to implement intensive instructional programming which emphasizes the development of: communication/language; social communication skills, academics, emotional regulation, sensory needs, vocational skills, and positive behavior. A classroom environment is structured with defined areas that provide clear visual boundaries for specific activities, predictable schedules, consistent expectations, and behavior supports. Speech and language services, occupational therapy services, and physical therapy services are provided at an intensive level.