Tuesday, 3 July 2012

CE IN SCHOOLS – MAJOR INCLUSION INITIATIVE IN US

Successful tie-up in Ohio

Following a successful pilot project over the last school year, Sara's Garden has announced a comprehensive link-up with Wauseon Schools

...Through this partnership, Wauseon students, preschool through high school, who have gross motor and/or fine motor goals on their Individualized Education Program (IEP) or who have motor needs on their 504 Plan, will receive motor intervention services from the Sara’s Garden Conductive Education team within the school setting.

Wauseon Schools is unique in its decision to break away from traditional services and offer something 'out-of-the-box' to students with motor development needs. Wauseon Schools documented educational progress as well as developmental and functional gains in eight students who elected to switch from traditional services to Conductive Education during the 2011-12 academic year and have now made the decision to provide this service to all its students in the district who can benefit from it.

Through this partnership, which will begin at the start of the 2012-13 school year, it is our belief that we can provide services that are cost-effective, efficient, and most importantly yield high-quality results.

As part of our desire to have all children with special needs receive the highest quality services that they deserve, Sara’s Garden is open to sharing our experience, and would be happy to help others in their attempts to achieve such a partnership in their local area.

Enquiries to conductor Kasey Church:


Notes and reference

Sara's Garden

Wauseon Schools

– (2012) Sara's garden partners with Wauseon Schools, 2 July

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