Schools For The Disabled in 19609 Zip Code
How to Choose Schools for the Disabled
--Types of Schools for the Disabled-- There are numerous types of schools for the disabled. Federal legislation has led the way in defining educational services for disabled children who attend school and children who are enrolled in special education programs. Public schools are required to provide some special educational services at the public school level, so many disabled children are able to attend public schools for their educational needs. If children have disabilities that preclude attending public schools, there are various options available to you. Many private schools exist that offer educational opportunities to the disabled. Both public and private schools for the disabled can offer day or residential programs for children with a wide range of disabilities. Some schools for the disabled specialize in children or adults with specific disabilities, such as schools for the blind or deaf, or people with mobility handicaps. Some schools for the disabled offer job training and skills for disabled adults. --Legal Rights Relating to Schools for the Disabled-- The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 1997 defines the responsibilities of school districts in providing services to ensure that children with certain specified disabilities receive free, appropriate education. Under the law, school districts must prepare an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for each eligible child. The IEP must specify all special education and related services needed. The school districts are obligated by Federal statute and court rulings to provide these services. In addition to Federal grant support for special education, Medicaid programs may pay for those related services that are specified in the Federal Medicaid statute and determined to be medically necessary by the State Medicaid agency. Related services most commonly include speech therapy, physical and occupational therapy, and child counseling. --People with disabilities are entitled to receive an education. Schools for the Disabled are an important element of our educational system.

610-469-9236
1784 Fairview Rd
Glenmoore, PA 19343
610-967-3701
2697 Brookside Rd
Macungie, PA 18062
717-653-0025
205 Lefever Rd
Mount Joy, PA 17552
610-525-8800
320 S Roberts Rd
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
215-672-4479
1101 Little Ln
Warminster, PA 18974
215-851-0390
2000 Hamilton St
Philadelphia, PA 19130
215-332-3101
6600 Bustleton Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19149
856-933-3725
1089 Creek Rd
Bellmawr, NJ 08031
717-243-7989
50 Alexander Spring Rd Ste 1
Carlisle, PA 17015
609-466-9234
99 Elm Ridge Rd
Princeton, NJ 08540
973-823-0632
190 Munsonhurst Rd
Franklin, NJ 07416
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