At Community Work Opportunities, we can provide services for children as young as age 0. We can attend any IEP meetings and coordinate with related services including physician referrals. Once your student reaches age 14, we can begin to develop a person-centered transitional plan so that what is most important to the student and parents are addressed.
The transitional plan will also encompass goals from their educational support team. We can incorporate services in conjunction with the school district for as long as the student requires. We will coordinate with the school district for funding and continue to provide support until the student graduates.
We will establish related programs such as sensory integration services for the infant or student. These services can be implemented while in school, in the family home or at our center. Our Occupational Therapists will develop individualized sensory diets for the student and collaborate with the school as needed.
CWO can focus on helping the student transition into vocational training experiences, supported employment, community exposure, leisure activities and stimulate the improvement of other like skills as a young adult.