The Bridge School

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Employment Opportunity – 2 Full-time Instructional Assistant positions

The Bridge School is looking for two dynamic, positive and energetic individuals to serve as Paraprofessionals in our school program. We serve children 3 – 12 with physical and speech impairments. Duties include assisting in instructional activities, providing physical care and preparing materials for class. Lifting and toileting of students is required. Qualifications: Minimum: High … – Continue reading

Meet our Teacher in Residence for 2018-2019

We are pleased to announce, Patricia Gutiérrez from Buenos Aires, Argentina as our 2018-2019 Teacher in Residence. We are very excited for her to start soon!! Take a look at her bio and find out more about our Teacher in Residence program. Teachers in Residence

Employment Opportunity – OT Independent Contractor/Part-time

Part-Time Occupational Therapist Independent Consultant Contracted Services Position Description The OT provides services within a unique service delivery approach in the role of consultant in the classroom with a full-time special educator, speech and language therapist and assistive technologist.  In addition to providing intensive, individualized, OT-focused services, the OT actively collaborates with the special education … – Continue reading

Framing a Future is now under the Self-Determination Program website

FAF is a tool designed to assist students/young adults who use AAC, their families, and professionals in identifying preferences, interests and needs as they begin preparing for the transition from school based programs to a post school setting. It was designed to be student-centered and assist the student/young adult and their family to prepare for and self-advocate … – Continue reading

Hurricane Harvey support for AAC users and families

USSAAC (US Society of AAC) has set up a website designed to help people who use AAC and their family members in communities impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Individuals with complex communication needs, family members and professionals can request help that results in re-establishing someone’s ability to communicate using AAC methods. Professionals, companies, and institutions can … – Continue reading