Pike County Early Childhood School Programs
The Pike County Board of DD, Early Childhood and Family Center strives to provide
a caring, supportive, and student-centered program. Our small class size allows teachers
the opportunity to individualize instruction and make each student a priority. Intervention
Specialists provide specially designed instruction to meet the needs of every student
according to their Individual Education Plan (IEP). The current Curriculum implemented
at the Center is the Unique Learning System (ULS) which is aligned with the Ohio
Extended Content Standards. It is an on-line, interactive curriculum designed for students
with special needs. Differentiation is achieved through leveled lessons to meet each student's current instructional level. Each classroom is equipped with Epson Projectors, IPADS, PC's
and laptops. Teachers and staff participate in ongoing professional development to support continued overall improvements in our program.
Enrollment Process: The Early Childhood and Family Center school program serves students living in Pike County through referrals from the local school districts. To be eligible for school-age students should have multiple areas of disability and be determined appropriate by the IEP team. Anyone interested in enrollment, please contact our Director of Student Programs, Sarah Roberts at 740-289-1681
Therapy Services- Related services including Occupational, Physical, and Speech and Language Therapies are provided within the classroom setting. The integration of services supports a holistic approach allowing the students to practice skills throughout the school day. PCBDD currently partners with Adena Pike and the Ross/Pike Educational Service District to provide therapy services to students enrolled in the school program. For more information on Therapy Services see link below.
Physical Therapy, please visit the American Physical Therapy Association's website at http://www.apta.org
Occupational Therapy, please visit the American Occupational Therapy Association's website at http://www.aota.org
Speech and Language Pathology, please visit Ohio Speech Language Hearing Association at http://www.ohioslha.org
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