Student Support Services

Program Features

    • Academic support within the technical programs
    • Transition planning
    • Communication with sending school team
    • Preparation and support for technical and academic assessments
    • Comprehensive career assessments

Areas of Instruction

    • Multisensory approaches
    • Remedial academic skills Social and behavioral skills
    • State-mandated curricula for vocational education
    • Curricula aligned with state standards
    • Basic communication skills
    • Critical thinking and problem solving

Related Services

  • Related services not including the basic program cost but available at an additional cost include:

    • Speech and language therapy
    • Occupational therapy
    • Physical therapy

K-21 Students

  • Learning support programs provide individualized learning experiences for students, ages five through 21 years old, who have a chronic condition of presumed neurological origin in oral expression, written expression, basic reading skills, reading comprehension, mathematical calculation and mathematical reasoning.  Specially designed instruction develops functional skills ranging from survival and self-help to basic academic skills.

    The primary goal is to increase cognitive and academic achievement and to increase basic interpersonal skills.

Location

  • Child & Career Development Center

For more information, Contact Us:

  • SueM@cciu.org
  • 610-383-7400

Career & Technical Education Students

  • The learning support program provides academic support services for high school students participating in Career and Technical programs. The level of intervention is based upon individual student needs. 


    The primary goal of this program is to integrate the academic, social, and behavioral skills necessary for students to be successful in their community and choice of post-secondary outcomes.

Location

  • Technical College High Schools Brandywine, Pennock's Bridge & Pickering

For more information, Contact Us:

  • TraceyS@cciu.org
  • 484-237-5064