Intervention and Support

  • Cognitive Behavior Intervention for Trauma in School (CBITS) — Through a screening process, students are invited to participate in the CBITS prescriptive group during the school day
  • Character Education — Students participate in weekly social emotional learning exercises and activities within the classroom community
  • Community Based Instruction — With partnering businesses and organizations, students are able to participate in workforce development training and independent skills development at several community-based sites
  • Group Social Skills Instruction — Students participate in daily social skills instruction with the classroom community to develop interpersonal relationship skills
  • Independent Living Skills Instruction — During the school day, independent living skills instruction development is directly addressed through formal instruction, and is also incorporated into the classroom curriculum
  • Individual and Whole Group Incentives — Reinforcement for prosocial behavior and academic progress is delivered on an individual basis, as well as in a whole group setting
  • Individual Therapy — Students have opportunities for regular individual therapy sessions with a Master’s level clinician, as determined by the IEP team
  • Peer Mediation — Facilitated by school staff, students who experience interpersonal relationship challenges can participate in sessions to resolve differences with their peers
  • Peer Mentoring — Younger students are assigned an older student as a peer mentor to model and reinforce appropriate prosocial skills
  • Pet Therapy — Classroom pets and therapy dogs certified through Animal Friends provide opportunities for students to practice care, compassion, and empathy
  • Service Learning — Students participate in various volunteer activities in the community and at The Bradley Center to generalize learned social skills
  • Supported Employment/Work Release — In coordination with the IEP team, students are able to participate in work release during the school day, with the employer and the school monitoring and assisting with IEP/Transition goals
  • Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) — TCI is used to help students when they feel frustrated, angry, or distracted, and may include implementation of passive physical restraints in times of unsafe behavior

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