- Family members and professionals collaborate in the evaluation and intervention process to develop personalized programs for young children.
- Personalized programs for children address each child's unique strengths and needs, include involvement in early childhood curriculum, reflect the sound principles of child development and intervention, and result in children being active learners in real life.
- Children with disabilities and typically developing peers learn together and develop friendships.
- Family members participate in education and support activities.
- All service providers collaborate for continuous program improvement and HAVE FUN!
The Pointers Run Elementary School RECC serves children from age 2.5-4.5 years old in the following programs:
- 1 Multiple Intensity Needs Class-First Learner (MINC-FL) classroom for 2.5 to 4.5 year old children with disabilities and typically developing peers.
- 2 Multiple Intensity Needs Class-Preschool (MINC-P) classrooms for 3-4.5 year old children with disabilities and typically developing peers.
- 1 Preschool classroom for 3 year old children with disabilities and typically developing peers.
- 1 Preschool classrooms for 4 year old children with disabilities and typically developing peers.
Continuum of Services
A continuum of services is considered to meet the individual needs of each child and family. The following special instruction or special education and related services are provided as necessary:
- Special instruction or special education
- Speech-Language therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Psychological services
- Assistive technology
In addition, behavior support services and instructional support services are provided to team members and families to assist them in designing and implementing a child's program. The Office of Early Intervention Services (OEIS) resource teachers, behavior specialists, and autism specialists may provide these services. These professionals have received intensive training in intervention strategies for young children with special needs.