The Specialized Elementary Alternative Program (SEAP) provides comprehensive educational and therapeutic services for students in grades K-6 who may present with one or more of the following challenges: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Neurological, Intellectual and/or Communication Impairment which impacts learning socially and academically.
Students receive individualized and small group teaching and staffing support to navigate their activities of daily living. Social and academic skills are taught using an Applied Behavioral Analysis approach as appropriate, including discrete trial instruction, natural learning environments, and small group instruction.
The primary focus for students is to increase and maintain communication, social skills, and self-help skills. To accomplish this, programming incorporates assistive technology for communication and instruction. Inclusion opportunities within a public school setting to further develop social skills are also an integral part of this program. As students progress academic classes are introduced with the goal to return to classrooms and programs within each student’s home district.
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