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CAP - Community Access Program
- Cluster settings In the most enabling environment
- Students are integrated as much as possible into classroom settings.
- Designed for students between the ages of 12 and 21.
- Students with multiple disabilities.
- Students who are medically fragile.
- Students with significant cognitive delays.
- Students with communication disorders who require electronic communication devices, picture symbol communication or any other form of augmentative communication systems (Speech Generating Devices)
- Students who demonstrate impaired social skills.
- Students who demonstrate impaired adaptive skills.
- Students who require life skills to help them acquire skills for every day living.
- Students with diagnosed behaviour disorders.
Support Staff Includes:
- Three Special Education Resource Teachers
- Educational Assistants
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech and Language Pathology
- Social Work
- Reading Clinician (as required)
- Children's Special Services/Adult Services
- Swim Program
- Music Therapist
- Dog Therapist
- Transportation Department
Programming is provided to include the following:
- Communication Skills
- Self-management Skills
- Social/emotional Skills
- Pre-Employment Skills
- Leisure/Recreation Skills
- Community Access and Awareness
- Motor Skills
- Lunch Program
All students have an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) which outlines specific outcomes based on the student's individual needs.
At age 16: Individual Transition Plan (P.A.T.H. - "Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope") takes place.
With taping beginning upon entry to Grant Park until graduation.