Special Education Early Development (SEED) Children's Program
The SEED Program provides intensive early intervention services through a collaborative model to address a child's individual needs and to build on their strengths in order to help foster future school success.
¨ SEED offers an intensive early intervention preschool program designed for children with identified special needs ages three and above.
¨ The program is designed to help children develop communication, speech language, social, pre-academic, and motor skills to prepare them for future school success.
¨ Special education services are provided based on the assessment and recommendations made by the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team which includes special education teachers, occupational therapists, behaviorists, and speech-language pathologists.
¨ Early childhood education specialists provide daily activities that follow preschool learning foundations as well as focusing on individual goals outlined on the student’s IEP.
¨ Children also have opportunities for interaction with typically developing preschool age students through our Preschool Friends Program.