• Occupational Therapy

    Occupational therapists are part of the educational team within a school district. School-based occupational therapy is designed to enhance the student's ability to fully access and be successful in the learning environment. This often includes working on fine motor/visual-motor skills so the child can complete written assignments. In addition, the occupational therapist may collaborate with the teacher to modify the classroom and/or adapt learning materials to facilitate successful participation. 


    Speech and Language Therapy

    • Evaluate and diagnose speech and/or language impairments

    • Provide treatment for students with speech and/or language impairments 

    • Provide support, collaboration and consultation with regular and special education staff and parents


    Additional Services 

    • Hearing

    • Vision


    Please contact the Department of Special Education at (610) 473-3610 for additional information.