Individualized Assessment Programs
The TEACCH approach is a family-centered, evidence-based practice for autism, based on a theoretical conceptualization of autism, supported by empirical research, enriched by extensive clinical expertise, and notable for its flexible and person-centered support of individuals of all ages and skill levels.
ABLLS-R system is an assessment tool, curriculum guide, and skills-tracking system used to help guide the instruction of language and critical learning skills for children with autism or other developmental disabilities.
K12 provides individualized, one-to-one learning solutions to students from kindergarten through high school. Together with a PACE Centre teacher and teaching aid as well as an online special needs support teacher, the K12 program helps students progress to their highest academic potential. The online component of the program is accessible at the student’s home so that parents and family members are part of the student’s learning success.
BTEC combines practical learning with subject and theory content for young people interested in work-related qualifications.
The preferred vocational program of Great Britain and other international educational systems, Asdan provides programs and qualifications that specifically aim to target and grow student’s skills for learning, employment, and life.
Equals provides high quality education to young people with profound, multiple and severe learning difficulties.