Occupational therapy (OT) is a related service profession that supports teachers with helping adolescents with autism spectrum disorders achieve functional participation in life skills, and with transitioning to adulthood and the community environment.
Physical therapy (PT) is a related service profession that supports teachers with helping adolescents with autism spectrum disorders develop motor planning and increase endurance.
English as a New Language
English as new language (ENL) provides English language learners with the necessary supports and services to enable them to graduate with a high-quality education that is equitable, rigorous, and supportive, that values their cultural and linguistic assets, so that they are prepared for college, careers, and leadership in a global society.
School counselors provide targeted interventions to meet our students' emotional and social needs in small groups and individual sessions. School counselors work with parents and teachers to provided appropriate strategies and interventions to meet students emotional and needs.
Speech therapists target improving students’ social skills through small group therapy sessions and then providing opportunities to practice their social skills with others in the school and community. Students work to improve their understanding of other people’s perspectives, initiating and turn-taking conversations, interpreting facial expressions and gestures.