New Spring Special Education Services assists individuals of all ability levels, including individuals with moderate to severe disabilities from preschool age to adulthood. We also work with individuals who are non-verbal and who use Augmentative communication devices or other assistive technology. We serve individuals with disabilities, including those with Intellectual Disability, Down Syndrome, ADHD, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, multiple disabilities, and Autism. We are providers through the Autism and Jon Peterson Scholarship programs.
We provide tailored, one on one instruction for students and individuals with disabilities who need extra help in academic areas. Our teachers and aides meet one on one in the child’s home or at our office.
We work one on one with parents to formulate plans, curriculums and other materials to personalize our educational instruction to best meet the needs of your child.
Lack of focus, aggression, temper tantrums, and perseverative behaviors are just some of the behaviors that can cause set-backs during instruction for individuals with disabilities. New Spring Special Education Services knows that behaviors must be under control before true learning can take place.
We focus on improving behaviors using positive reinforcement and building self-awareness and coping skills. Additionally, we give parents support and ideas for improving behaviors at home.
Teachers do the best they can with the time and resources they have to ensure that students meet their Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals. However, there are many barriers that can impede progress such as behavior problems, time restraints, lack of adequate staffing, and lack of resources and materials.
We provide students and parents the support they need to navigate the IEP process and reach the goals. We offer IEP consultations and reviews, education about the IEP process, and assistance in writing IEP goals.
We provide parent education and training to assist parents in receiving the best services at school for their children. We talk with parents, listen to their concerns, and give them strategies to best address those concerns at home, in the community, and at school.
Sometimes families need help in determining what deficit areas a child has or knowing how the student performs in a natural school environment. New Spring conducts school observations and provide a written report to parents.
In-Home Aide and Supervisory Services*
We offer home services for one-on-one IEP implementation and direct educational intervention provided by an ODE approved aide, with accompanying supervisory visits by a licensed intervention specialist.
*For scholarship clients, aide services applies only to those receiving the Autism Scholarship.
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