The Garfield Heights Preschool 1/2 Day Program serves typically developing children ages three to five who demonstrate development delays or disabilities in:
- language development
- motor skills
- cognitive areas
- behavioral/emotional growth
- adaptive behaviors
A major component of the program is the integration of children with special needs with typically-developing children. Opportunities for interaction are developed for the benefit of all children.
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The curriculum is a combination of "traditional" early childhood programming, developmentally based, and specially planned, structured interventions and procedures to address the special needs of the children. Our preschool team includes early intervention specialists, instructional assistants, a speech/language therapist, an occupational therapist, a physical therapist, a vision specialist, and a school psychologist.
Classes meet for 2-1/2 hour sessions on Monday through Thursday. The morning session meets from 8:15am - 10:45am. The afternoon session meets from 11:40am - 2:10pm.
Our 1/2 day program is supported through the EOE grant, which allows us to offer a sliding scale payment system.