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Featured schools are those that have been interviewed to give parents an in depth overview about what makes them unique. In this section, you can read about the services they provide, in depth student profiles, and behavior modification approaches to each school.
Holden High School is a school that focuses on serving students with emotional, as well as learning differences. They provide a therapeutic and supportive learning environment, individualized instruction, and a range of support services to help students develop academic skills, s...
San Rafael, CA
All Children's Academics is a private school in Marin that is dedicated to serving children with special educational needs. They provide tailored support to neurodiverse students who may be struggling socially, emotionally, or academically. The school fosters holistic development...
The John Crosland School is a private school located in Charlotte, North Carolina. The school offers education to students from kindergarten to 12th grade. The school's mission is to celebrate and embrace every child's unique needs when it comes to education. The John Crosland Sc...
Public funding for tuition at private schools for students with learning differences
Our public school is encouraging us to attend a special school for our child, but the school they are recommending is not the right fit for him. Our understanding is you can get public funding to he...
Any thoughts on what you feel it costs total for your kid in private school including any services you need to provide out of pocket? Here in the Denver area, if we include activities and therapies...
There is real money available in ESA
Hi everyone, I wanted to let you know that in Arizona the ESA amount, I have learned, is $7K if you take your kid out of public school and choose private or homeschool. If your kid has an autism d...
How much do you supplement education with therapy or tutoring? At what costs?
We probably do 2-6 hours per week per child. Some of it is regular tutoring and help with homework and concepts. But at least a few hours is true "education therapy" where we supplement building f...