About the Intensive Needs Program at Leland & Gray

Serving Students Aged 3-22 years

Windham Central Supervisory Union’s Intensive Needs Program (INP) meets the unique needs of individuals with intensive special needs from preschool to early adulthood. Students who qualify for the INP demonstrate complex disabilities in the areas of cognitive functioning, communication, emotional disabilities, behavior, self-care and self-regulation.

Students in this program benefit from a variety of participation levels, which may include a site-based program at Leland and Gray Union High School (both in and out of mainstream classes), a home-based program, a community-based setting, or a combination of any of the above.

WCSU professionals involved in this program utilize best practices and current research to assess students’ performance levels in the  5 Areas of Learning and design individualized curricula around students’ passions, interests and needs. Students engage in learning that is meaningful, relevant, and engaging.
Abigail Dillon, Director of Special Education Services and Ben