Neurological Support Program
The LIU 12 Neurological Support Program provide special classroom services to students who have a neurological impairment as determined by a neuropsychological and team evaluation. A neuropsychological evaluation contributes to a thorough understanding of the unique strengths and needs in a child’s learning profile, clarifies a learning diagnosis, and results, most importantly, in recommendations that may assist parents and school personnel in identifying interventions for educational decision-making.
Adventure Based learning Opportunities
Selected elementary, middle school, and high school locations in Adams and York Counties are provided opportunities to learn through adventure based experiences.
Academic Instruction: Differentiated academic instruction is provided based upon the child’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The program has a specific curriculum developed for each academic area listed below while using evidence-based strategies implemented by special education staff.
Communication Arts and Literacy
- Phonics/Phonemic Awareness
- Vocabulary Development
- Oral Reading Fluency
- Comprehension and Literary Elements
- Written Expression
- Spelling and Proofreading
- Application and Problem Solving
Social Skills and Emotional Learning Skills
- Social Studies
- Personal Health and Wellness
- Computer Applications
- Family Consumer Science (HS)
Adventure Activities: Adventure-based activities are provided to students by specially trained teachers. Students are engaged in activities that involve cooperative learning and team building skills.
- Communicating Effectively
- Resolving Conflicts
- Solving Daily Problems
- Developing Peer Relationships
- Demonstrating Respect for Others
- Reflecting on Student Learning
- Setting Individual Goals
- Developing Trust
- Working as a Team Member
- Developing Leadership Skills
- Following Task Instructions
- Asking Relevant Questions
- Developing Positive Self-Esteem
- Maintaining Personal Health and Wellness