Preschool Integrated Program

  • An integrated preschool setting is one in which children with disabilities are integrated or included in a classroom with typically developing children. The children with disabilities participate in all of the activities within the class and modifications are made as needed. By having the children with disabilities participate in this type of program they are provided with same age role models of appropriate behavior. This atmosphere also helps the typical developing children to be more accepting of people with disabilities. 

    Children in need of services have been determined to have moderate to severe needs in one or more of the following areas:

    • Receptive and/or expressive language

    • Fine and/or gross motor skills

    • Socialization skills

    • School readiness skills

    • Visual and/or auditory skills