Occupational and Physical Therapy
- Functional hand skills
- Pre-vocational skills
- Social skills
Adapted Physical Education
- Physical and motor skills development
- Fundamental motor skills and patterns development
- Throwing, catching, walking, running, hopping, and climbing
- Skills in dance, and individual and group games
School Counselors establish positive relationships with students and identify their individual needs. Through actively assisting students in solving problems, making decisions, developing social skills, and managing their emotions, counselors help students lead healthier lives and achieve their academic and social potential.
This is performed through various modes and skill areas which include:
Identifying individual student needs and collaboratively creating solutions and strategies so the student can continue optimum growth and development.
Group and Classroom Counseling
Assisting students to be successful in social environments and share mutual concerns, as well as modeling healthy relationships.
Developing positive pro-social skills so students will interact with others in healthy ways and understand how to facilitate healthy relationship throughout their lives.
Emotional Management Skills
Increasing students’ ability to understand and regulate emotions in healthy ways and develop skills to manage them in a manner that will help them continue to perform to their academic potential.
Developing skills that help students cope with academic difficulties or deficits.
Increasing students’ abilities to monitor and self-manage their behavior through prevention and other methods to avoid negative events and ensure continued growth and development.
Developing and enhancing students’ abilities to deal with stressors and life demands in the home, school, and community settings.
Helping students survive and cope with unsettling events and prevent negative circumstances from impeding their growth and development.