District Wide Special Education Services
The following services are available to students ages 3-22 who are found eligible according to the criteria set forth in the MA Special Education Regulations and the Federal Individuals with Disabilities. Education Act of 2004 (IDEA). Specialized developmental and academic instruction services are provided from pre-school through age 22 in one or more of the following areas as deemed appropriate by each individual student’s IEP Team:
- Readiness skills
- Reading (decoding, comprehension and/or fluency)
- Written language
- Math (calculation and/or problem solving )
- Organization and Study Skills
- Academic Support
The above services are most often provided in a small group, in an inclusion setting (within the classroom environment) and/or outside the classroom environment in a resource room at the elementary level or academic lab setting at the middle and high school. These services are provided to students who are found eligible for special education and present with a low to moderate level of need.Related services are provided from pre-school through age 22 as deemed appropriate by each student’s IEP Team in one or more of the following areas:
- Speech and Language
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Social Skills development
- Behavioral Support
The above services are most often provided in a small group, in an inclusion setting and/or outside the classroom as deemed appropriate by each student’s IEP Team.
Staff providing specialized instruction and related services in Uxbridge are highly qualified and licensed special educators, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, social workers, guidance counselors, school psychologists, behavior specialists, physical education teachers, education assistants, and speech and language assistants.