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We are Re-Education Services. We offer innovative, inspiring, educational and vocational programming for Kindergarten through adult ages.  Listed below are our program offerings.

 

Re-Ed ASPIRE

 

 

 

The ASPIRE program theory is based on the idea that students will excel in an environment where the teacher is viewed as not only an educator but a counselor as well. The development of a trusting relationship among students and staff is crucial to a student’s future growth and development.  Students at Re-Education Services will excel given a smaller group setting, individual setting, positive reinforcement and self-management tools.

 

Re-Ed ACCESS

 

 

 

Students at ACCESS will excel given a structured setting, direct instruction and positive reinforcement along with communication/socialization tools and strategies.  The teacher/student ratio is 1 to 3 which allows students to receive teacher/therapist direct, group and independent instruction throughout their school day.

Who Does Re-Ed ACCESS Serve?

Special Education Services for PreK-12 students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

 

 

Re-Ed ACCESS

(Vocational Services for Adults with Disabilities)

Created to continue the mission of serving individuals with special needs as they age out of school age services.  Our mission is to help individuals with disabilities develop independent skills, confidence and workplace experience.  The goal is to help adults generalize and maintain vocational skills in an integrated employment environment.

 

NORTH COAST CORN CREATIONS (NCCC)

Founded in 2014 to provide delicious tasting gourmet popcorn while serving as an employment resource for people embracing AUTISM

Healthy Heart Month

February is Healthy Heart Month.  Students are learning about the importance of a healthy heart and ways to improve heart health.  In addition, there is a competition going on between the classes – a penny war!  Proceeds from the battle will go to the American Heart Association.

Upcoming Events – March

March 12 – Therapeutic Riding Begins

March 15 – 1/2 Day -Dismissal at 11:15

March 25-March 31 – Spring Break

 

 

NCCC Supports Autism

NCCC was developed and created as an opportunity to provide resources, training, and employment for lifelong learners embracing Autism.

The NCCC original concept, building design, and marketing have been a collaboration by students from local schools.   The students of Re-Education benefit and learn weekly at NCCC.  To help support our students and the NCCC program go to www.northcoastcorn.com and make your popcorn purchase today!