Educating students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other low incidence disorders to promote independence, community involvement, and improve quality of life across their lifespan.
Molly Leicht, Supervisor
Erica Hackett, Assistant Supervisor
The Social Communication Program provides services for children with autism with the most intense needs. A classroom teacher and up to three educational assistants provide sufficient amounts of adult attention in one-to-one or small group instructional settings to meet individualized goals. Speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy are provided according to Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs).