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The special education teacher works as part of an interdisciplinary team to provide an educational program to children with severe speech and physical impairments. This individual is responsible for: assessing and evaluating students and programs; implementing curriculum; managing and supporting students in general education setting; planning components of the educational program and providing individual student … Continue reading
The SLP provides services within a unique service delivery approach in the role of co-teacher in the classroom with a full-time special educator and in providing support to students who have graduated and returned to a home school district placement. In addition to providing intensive, individualized, AAC-focused SLP services, the SLP actively collaborates with the … Continue reading
The Bridge School is looking for a dynamic, positive and energetic individuals to serve as Instructional Assistants (paraprofessional) in our school program and become a part of our interdisciplinary teams. We serve children between the ages of 3 – 12 with severe physical and speech impairments. Duties include assisting in instructional activities, providing physical care … Continue reading
SAVE THE DATE!!June 12-17, 2022 The Bridge School is excited to announce that we have formed a partnership with Dr. Christine Roman-Lantzy, internationally known expert on Cortical Vision Impairment, to further our work in this area and to enhance the services we are providing our students. The opening venture of this partnership will be the … Continue reading
Sarah Yong, a former Teacher-in-Residence from The Bridge School, and her sister have written a compelling story about a young girl with cerebral palsy and her pet bird as they both seek to find friendship, freedom and their place in the world. Mei assigns colors to the voices in her world in an imaginative, creative … Continue reading
There are significant challenges to face when serving children with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). One of the challenges is to find evidence-based research and intervention to guide practice. Boster, et. al., conducted a review designed to explore the available evidence on the topic and found that out of over 500 articles, … Continue reading