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School is home to a divisional Elementary Adaptive Skills Program (Grades N-6).
Eligibility for this program is determined by the Special Education Department
using the guidelines outlined on the Winnipeg School Division website.
The goal of the
program is to provide the Manitoba curriculum with adaptations, modifications
or an individualized curriculum as is appropriate to the student’s potential in
the following skill areas: academics, self-management, social/emotional,
communication, pre-employment (junior high and high schools),
leisure/recreation, community awareness and motor (physical).
The Adaptive Skills Program at Inkster School provides
meaningful educational opportunities with a focus on inclusion. The students
are provided with specialized programming such as Adaptive Aquatics, Dog
Therapy, Music Therapy, Fine and Gross Motor programming and Community and
social skill experiences. They also have individualized programming and access
to specialized materials with support from an Educational Assistant, Special
Education Resource Teacher, Occupational Therapist, Speech and Language
Pathologist, Physiotherapist, Social Worker and Psychologist as needed.