If your child receives a clinical diagnosis before entering Kindergarten, contact the principal at your designated school to discuss Early Years programming options.
If your child is currently in school and having difficulty learning, understanding, communicating or behaving, the first step is to talk to your child’s teacher.
Make an appointment with your child’s teacher to discuss your child’s needs. The teacher is responsible for making any necessary changes to support your child’s learning, which could include bringing in district consultants for specialized consultations and assessments.
Through consultations and assessments, district consultants help identify a student’s special education needs and ways to deliver or improve programming in the classroom.
They provide services in the areas of:
Parental consent may be required when consultants provide direct support for an individual student.
To discover how we can support your child’s special education needs: