The Early Intervention Program staff work with families, caregivers, community agencies, and the NJ Early Intervention System to meet the needs of the child, ages birth to 3, and their family, promoting individualized growth and development. The Preschool, Elementary, and Junior High Programs provide services for students with a wide range of developmental, learning, physical and behavioral challenges. These programs focus primarily on the achievement of functional academic goals and objectives along with targeting necessary skill sets necessary to enhance and develop the child’s independent living skills and activities of daily living. Hallmarks of the Kingsway approach include small class sizes and a highly individualized program of services. These services are provided in a nurturing environment that is designed specifically for students by a collaborative team of professionals working in concert with the family and school district. This team of highly qualified professionals provides services such as speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, behavioral support, assistive technology and nursing services.
Disabilities Served: All / many disabilities Asperger syndrome Autism Cerebral palsy Communication / social disorder Deaf / hard of hearing Developmental disability / MR Emotional/behavioral disorder Epilepsy / seizure disorder Learning disability / ADHD Muscular dystrophy Pervasive development disorder
Location (state-county): NJ-Camden
Services Offered: Vocational Training
Grades or ages of school: Ages 0 - 14
% of graduates who attend college: N/A
Offers summer camp, program or school: yes
School's Approach: Functional academics, social integration, prevocational training, individual, small group & integrated OT, PT, ST and BCBA support.
Paid Blurb 2015-2016: no
Paid Blurb 2016-2017: no
Update 2015-16: yes
Update 2016-17: no
Transportation provided: yes
Tuition structure: FAPE
Adaptive tech used: latest computer technology in classrooms.
Learning strategies/therapies utilized: Multidisciplinary team approach and elementary-age sensory room. For students 11 to 14, school days are split between a traditional classroom setting and learning functional life skills.
Support services: Occupational therapy Physical therapy School nurse Social worker Speech therapy
Vocational/life skills: Life skills
Extracurriculars offered: Art Music
Specific learning strategies, support services or vocational programs not listed above: Summer program, Transportation