MVSEC provides comprehensive and highly specialized services for exceptional children
Specialized services are provided to eligible students placed in MVSEC programs in their many locations. A continuum of services from monitoring specific skills to direct intervention are provided based on students' needs as determined by the specialist and IEP team. Consultation services may also be provided to assist staff and/or families.
- Adaptive PE Services are available for our students across Mid-Valley who require a specialized program to meet their needs in the area of Physical Education.
- Assistive Technology Services are a wide variety of services that focus on the tasks related to the student's IEP goals.
- Behavioral/Instructional Coaches are available for collaboration and consultation to MVSEC programs and member district staff when requested.
- Drug & Alcohol Services are provided for our students at Mades Johnstone Center who are enrolled in our New Directions or SAFE Schools program.
- Health/Nursing Services are delivered by a certified school nurse and are provided for all students in MVSEC programs.
- Interpreters are provided for children who are deaf or hard of hearing and require the support of an Interpreter in order to meet their needs.
- Occupational Therapists (OTs) are key contributors within the education team. They support a student’s ability to participate in desired daily school activities or “occupations.”
- Physical Therapy (PT) is provided to support the Individualized Education Program (IEP) for students ages 3-21, who have a disability that interferes with their educational performance and ability to benefit from their education program.
- School Psychology Services are provided for all students in the MVSEC programs. The duties primarily involve cognitive and behavioral assessments that are required for the three-year reevaluation of students.
- Social Work Services are delivered using direct, consultation, group, or individual formats.
- Speech and Language Pathologists (SLPs) assess, diagnose, treat and help prevent speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing, fluency and other related disorders
- Teaching Assistants are a key member of each Mid-Valley program. They Perform many types of duties including instructing students under the supervision of the classroom teacher, supervising students in the integration of community settings, assisting students with personal care or many other types of supportive activities
- Vocational Services are delivered by vocational specialists who assist students in their transition to adulthood by providing employment skill training.