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    Programs offered by the schools or available through public or private agencies that assess children who have been referred for the presence of a disability in order to determine their eligibility for special education and related services, and to make an informed decision about their educational placement and instruction. Information about a student's skills and needs is drawn from many sources including parents, teachers and specialists, and by using a variety of assessment approaches such as observations, interviews and testing, and methods such as dynamic assessment or ecological assessment. Included are evaluations which measure the student's social-emotional growth; independent living skills; sensorimotor, language and intellectual functioning; hearing and visual acuity; articulation and fluency; and other factors which have an effect on the student's ability to learn.

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    LIU12, York, Early Intervention Preschool Evaluation ServicesEarly Intervention (EI) consists of services and supports designed to help families with children who have developmental delays. While all children grow and change at their own rate, some children can experience delays in their development. Sometimes this can be cause for concern. At Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12, a diagnostic preschool evaluation team is available to provide evaluations for your child. Evaluation offered are for: Cognitive (thinking and understanding), Speech Language, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Audiology, and educational Hearing and Visual Functioning Mobility (not medical testing) From these evaluations, the appropriate special education services can be provided to help your child grow and develop. YorkLincoln Intermediate Unit 12 (LIU12), York CountyLincoln Intermediate Unit 12
    LIU12, York Learning CenterThe York Learning Center is a public school facility, serving students with special needs. Students from York and Adams County School Districts attend school programs at the Center. Services include: •diagnostic evaluation •itinerant services •therapy services •homebound instruction •vocational services Classes for students with disabilities, including: •Autistic Support- Students diagnosed with autism-like; highly structured program to help develop behavioral, social, and communications skills. •Life Skills/ Dual Diagnosis- Students with emotional disturbances such as inappropriate behavior and inability to develop adequate interpersonal relationships in addition to moderate mental retardation. •Life Skills Support- Students with moderate mental retardation; classes emphasize independent living skills. •Multiple Disabilities Support- Students with a combination of characteristics that may include moderate to severe mental retardation, physical, motor, sensory, or communication needs; classes emphasize daily living skills. •These programs serve students aged 3-21 with a free and appropriate public education according to state and federal regulations.• YorkLincoln Intermediate Unit 12 (LIU12), York CountyLincoln Intermediate Unit 12
    Riverview Intermediate Unit #6School readiness program, classroom based intervention for developmental delaysClarionRiverview Intermediate Unit #6Riverview Intermediate Unit #6

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