Special Education Team

  • Bailey Elementary School 

    Preschool - 4th grade

    CSA program

     

    Special Education Team 

     

    Evaluation Team Chairperson (ETC) -  Jane Campbell

    Psychologist - Martina Schuler

    Special Education Social Worker - Jennifer Kinsella

    Speech Language Pathologist- (SLP) - Danielle Carter

    Speech Language Assistant - (SLA) - Noreen Dutile 

    Occupational Therapist - (OT) - Lisa Taylor 

    Certified Occupational Therapist Assisitant - (COTA)- Lori Hartwig

    Physical Therapist - ( PT ) - Barbara Stryker

    Board Certified Behavioral  Analyst - Danielle Archambeault

     

    Preschool CSA Teacher -  Catie McNeil

    Kindergarten CAS Teacher - Elizabeth Ridenour



Available Special Education Programs

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    CSA Program

     

    Program Components: The Program for Children with Autism (CSA program) is a full day, five-day a week program during the school year with extended year services available with the team's recommendation. Instruction takes place in a small, highly structured environment with integrated therapeutic instruction embedded within the curriculum with goals established through assessment and data collection to reflect the individual needs of students. The program offers a small staff to student ratio where students are taught using a combination of small group and individualized instruction. Related support services include Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational and Physical Therapy as recommended by the Educational Team. Related service providers, building based teams (social worker, psychologist, ETC), BCBAs, District Behavior Specialists and the Autism Support Specialist collaborate with classroom staff to support the development and integration of skills throughout the school day. 

    The District Autism Support Specialist and the BCBA/District Behavior Specialists consult to our programs, attend IEP meetings, provide home support, and consult with parents and outside providers, as needed. They provide on-going staff training and in class support through modeling and coaching techniques. 

    Home component services can be provided using a consultation or direct in home service method. Staff work collaboratively with families to determine which method of home component services will best meet the needs of the family and student to provide the greatest benefits.