ASPIRE (After School Program-Inclusive, Recreational, and Educational): ASPIRE is an inclusive after school program for children with disabilities and their typical peers offered through a collaborative partnership with the Fayette Country School System’s Department of Exceptional Children’s Services.
Autism-Spectrum Module: The Autism-Spectrum Program serves students with autism providing a small intensive educational environment utilizing a modified Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) approach to teaching.
Fine Arts Program: The Fine Arts Program provides music therapy and art classes as well as theatrical and choral performances.
MOVE® International Program: The MOVE® (Mobility Opportunity via Education) Program provides children with mild to serve physical disabilities opportunities for acquiring increased independence in functional sitting, standing, and walking skills to experience and gain mobility as well as a healthier and happier life.
Occupational/Physical Therapy: Occupational and physical therapies are provided on a consultative basis. Parents may contract with private therapists to provide direct services during school hours.
Readiness/Tutorial Clinic: The clinic provides 1:1 intensive instructions in Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) to prepare the child for a classroom setting and individualized special education instruction in pre-academic, academic, and communication skills to enhance the child’s performance in his/her current educational setting.
Speech & Language Program: The Speech/Language Program provides intensive speech and language therapy, including traditional as well as assistive, augmentative, sign language, and oral motor/feeding therapies.