Not everyone will understand or have what it takes to manage a classroom of unique individuals with diverse disabilities. But you do.
The daily grind of making sure IEPs are carried out and proper assessments are made can take a toll. But you keep on keeping on.
Focus on academic skills covering multiple levels of reading, math and writing abilities.
Focus on basic skills that increase the ability for students to become proficient at taking care of their own everyday needs.
Focus on basic daily living abilities to the skills required to successfully work, live and independently succeed in the future.
‘Holes’ are revealed through assessing the individual at his/her current level of functioning so that a unique IEP can be formulated for intervention.
With the ‘holes’ in mind, teachers will be able to use the Functional Skills curriculum activities to target those identified areas of weakness.
Our “low-tech” Assistive Technology provides manipulatives needed by individuals with severe disabilities.
It’s all about the data. Individuals with disabilities are measured against themselves and even the smallest of progress is measurable.