• Overview
    Community Based Instruction programs prepare students to become successful adults.

    These programs strive to help students achieve success in four areas of post-secondary training, including:

    1. employment
    2. community living
    3. recreation
    4. leisure

    When students are between 16 and 21 years old, numerous vocational opportunities exist depending upon their skills, needs and behavior. Students are provided job opportunities based on an assessment that evaluates their pre-vocational activities, job shadowing experiences, vocational exploration and competitive employment history.

    Transition coordinators work with classroom teachers, vocational specialists, and job coaches to coordinate a student's academic studies, vocational training and career exploration.

    rvices and programs include:



    For more information, please call:  
    Kim Ring, Supervisor of Community Based Instruction (CHAAMP) 610-518-6862
    Lisa Tzanakis, Supervisor of Special Education/Community Based Instruction 484-237-5212
    Laurie Masino, Supervisor of Community Based Instruction 484-237-5140
    Sharon Shoemaker, Transition Coordinator 484-237-5041