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VB/ABA Autistic Support- Lingle Avenue Elementary School- Programming is for students with Autism with communication deficits and/or pre-academic skill needs utilizing VB/ABA (verbal behavior/applied behavior analysis). Students work on communication skills, social skills, pre-academic and academic skills through errorless teaching. The classrooms are supported by PaTTAN staff through the Autism Initiative. Autistic Support- Pine Street Elementary School Programming is for students with Autism struggling with behavioral needs, but are able to communicate verbally. Programming includes regular education curriculum, or curriculum geared towards their academic needs and social skills instruction utilizing the AIM curriculum. Itinerant Autistic Support- K-12 Itinerant Autistic Support provides programming for students who are identified with Autism and are in need of pull-out social skills instruction during the school day. Students receive instruction in the small group setting during the instructional week. Students spend the majority of their school day in the regular education classroom and curriculum.

Emotional support provides programming for students who are in need of instruction in emotional regulation, behavior regulation and/or coping strategies. Students receive instruction in the small group setting for social skills. Students may also receive additional support in core subject areas and academic support.

Replacement skill instruction is provided to students with identified academic or social skill needs. Academic needs include, but are not limited to, reading, decoding, spelling, writing and mathematics.

Replacement skill instruction is provided to students with identified academic and/or functional academic needs. Functional needs include adaptive skills to support daily living. Students may also work on communication and self-advocacy skills to support job readiness.

Speech and Language Support provides instruction to students who qualify for instruction in communication skills. This includes, but is not limited to, articulation, receptive and expressive language and language processing.

Occupational Therapy- For identified students with identified needs in gross and fine motor skills, and/or adaptive skills.

Physical Therapy- For identified students with identified needs in physical support, including, but not limited to, walking movement, strength and coordination and physical navigation of buildings.

Vision Therapy (serviced through support of IU-13)- For identified students with vision needs.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Support (serviced through support of IU-13)- For identified students with hearing needs.