Louisville Magazine

NOV 2016

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86 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 11.16 Louisville Area Special Education Schools NameExport Grades Capacity Enrollment Tuition S:T Ratio Aid% Special Staff Special Programs Bluegrass Center for Autism 473-7219 • Lower school: Kosair East Campus 9810 Bluegrass Parkway 40299; Upper school: MidCity Campus 1250 Bardstown Road 40204 bluegrasscenterforautism.org Non- graded, ages 3-21 50 42 $25,000 1 68% Board Certified behavior analysts, Board Certified speech/language pathologist, special-education-certified teachers Individualized program for children with autism. Heuser Hearing & Language Academy 636-2084 • 111 E. Kentucky St. 40203 www.heuserinstitute.org PreK-K - 41 - 6 - Speech/language pathologist, audiologist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, teachers for the deaf and hard- of-hearing Music, art, dance. Kentucky School for the Blind 897-1583 • 1867 Frankfort Ave. 40206 ksb.k12.ky.us K-12 70 Free for Kentucky residents 3 - Occupational therapist, physical therapist, orientation and mobility specialists, speech pathologist, Braille specialist Assistive and adaptive technology; partnership with Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft; educational opportunity for the blind and visually impaired; Kentucky School for the Blind Charitable Foundation; Kentucky Deaf-Blind Project; adapted athletics. Meredith-Dunn School 456-5819 • 3023 Melbourne Ave. 40220 meredithdunnschool.org 1-8 225 205 $14,530 7 35% Certified teachers in the Wilson Reading System, Lindamood- Bell Reading Specialist, speech- language pathologists, school counselor, art therapist, social cognition therapist Wilson Reading System, study and organizational skills class, working memory programs, Lindamood-Bell programs, personal technology for each student, Peacebuilder Program; music, drama and visual arts; extended-day programs. Pitt Academy (RC) 966-6979 • 7515 Westport Road 40222 pitt.com K-12 75 68 $9,948 to $12,113 7 40% Life skills coordinator, speech therapist, physical therapist, occupational therapy provided by Associates in Pediatric Therapy ADD/ADHD, auditory processing disorder, central nervous system disorders, neurological impairments, speech and language delays, developmental delays, autism, down syndrome, asperger's syndrome, seizure disorder. Providence School 897-3372 • 3110 Rock Creek Drive, St. Matthews KY 40207 bjerome@caschools.us PreK-3 12 8 $11,350 2 15% Special education certification, early childhood certification, additional consultation and services provided by the school director, speech and occupational therapists Serving Down Syndrome students and other elementary students. Curriculum promotes spiritual, cognitive, adaptive, language, motor and self-help skills. Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) are developed for each child. Relationship with Down Syndrome of Louisville. Currently offering K-2 with annual expansion. Optional five-week summer program (at additional cost) to maintain skills and assist in transition to new classrooms for the following school year, including special activities and speech therapy. Summit Academy of Greater Louisville 244-7090 • 11508 Main St. 40243 summit-academy.org PreK-9 140 115 $7,800 to $15,750 7 67% Occupational therapist, educational diagnostician, clinical psychologist Art, music, drama, clubs, adaptive P.E., sports, complete diagnostic testing. Special curriculums for dyslexia, central auditory processing and sensory integration disorders, discalcula, disgraphia, AD/HD, Asperger's. The de Paul School 459-6131 • 1925 Duker Ave. 40205 depaulschool.org K-8 - 195 $16,550 9 47% All teachers trained in de Paul Structured Literacy Program; Singapore Math training; curriculum specialist, technology specialist, librarian; partnerships with regional therapists ADD/ADHD, reading, disability/dyslexia, central auditory processing disorder, math and written expression disabilities and other processing deficits programs. Comprehensive arts and humanities programs, summer program, day camps, athletic teams, extracurricular groups, personal and social success, study skills, robotics, community service, parent support groups, extended day.

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