The Ability-Based Learning and Education (ABLE) program is designed for students with multiple, severe disabilities, often demonstrating significant physical, cognitive, communication and medical needs in grades K-12 and all the way up to the age of 22. The Ability Based Learning and Education classroom utilizes a multi-sensory approach to learning. Assistive technology to support instruction is embedded into each student’s daily program. The classroom is staffed on a two student to one adult ratio, to support the significant needs of our students in all areas.
Related services such as occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech/language therapy and adapted physical education services are integrated into the program based on individual needs of students. Additional support is provided as necessary to address student needs, such as vision or hearing consultation and nursing services, as needed.
Key components of ABLE Program include: