The PreK-12 Adapted Curriculum program provides direct and indirect support to schools in the instruction of students with low-incidence disabilities of autism, intellectual disabilities, intellectual disabilities severe, and physical disabilities. Special education services for students with low-incidence disabilities are designed for students who exhibit moderate to significant delays in the areas of language, communication, cognition, socialization and adaptive functioning. These students may or may not experience other disabilities that have a secondary impact on educational progress.
PreK-12 Adapted Curriculum staff design and implement professional development for instructional staff and administrators; provide school-based consultation, training and support; and, in collaboration with school teams, develop individualized curricula in order to improve short and long-term outcomes for students with low incidence disabilities.
Support is provided through:
PreK-12 Adapted Curriculum
Flo Bosch, Coordinator
Robin Sheare, Web Development Specialist
August 31, 2012