The Children’s Home offers a range of campus-based, highly individualized education programs to help children function successfully in the classroom.
The Children's Home offers a range of on-campus programs to help children function successfully in the classroom.
All of our education programs are made possible by our highly trained staff of licensed intervention specialist teachers, educational aides, and therapists – each dedicated to helping children overcome their learning difficulties and succeed in their homes, schools and communities.
The on-campus educational programs at The Children’s Home include:
The Children's Home School: The Children's Home School is designed for students with disabilities that have behavioral and learning challenges. All children referred to the school must have an IEP and district referral, for grades K-12.
Educational Evaluations: The Olympus Center at The Children's Home provides comprehensive education evaluations to help identify learning challenges in children, teens and adults.
High School for Autism & Related Disorders: Our newest school provides students with autism spectrum disorders a high-quality, individualized education that supports the continued development of social and life skills in an academic setting.
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For more information about campus-based educational programs at The Children's Home, contact The
Children’s Home Intake and Engagement Center at 513-272-2800 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.