The ESC provides behavior intervention support services that assist school personnel and parents in identifying interventions, and using positive behavior supports that result in improved student achievement.
The ESC’s educational audiologists deliver a full spectrum of hearing services to all children in educational settings. Audiologists are trained to diagnose, manage and treat hearing and balance problems..
The ESC’s itinerant-based services are designed to assist identified preschoolers with disabilities, ages 3-5, in their home, local preschools and/or daycares.
The ESC supports flexible service options to meet the specific needs of districts by providing licensed/certified mental health specialists and school social workers.
The ESC provides adapted physical education services to districts. These highly qualified and licensed/certified professionals work closely with educational teams to identify and service students with motor deficits in a school based setting.
The ESC provides occupational and physical therapy services to districts. These highly qualified and licensed/certified professionals work closely with educational teams to identify and service students with motor deficits in a school based setting.
School psychology services may include evaluation and assessment, planning and support services to students, their families and other professionals.
Speech and language pathologists (SLP) work closely with educational teams to identify and serve students with language and communication delays.
Transition specialists work closely with educational teams to support school-to-work transition activities and services to students with disabilities.
Vision/Orientation and Mobility Services are designed to assist school personnel to provide interventions and instructional strategies to improve student achievement and support students with visual impairments.