Wayfinder Family Services Special Education School

Wayfinder Family Services Special Education School
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Wayfinder serves children and youth, ages 5 to 22, with moderate-to-severe disabilities and varying levels of medical, physical and behavioral challenges. Students’ diagnoses include autistic behaviors, vision and/or hearing impairment, seizure disorders, severe neurological problems, hyperactivity, chronic heart disorders, cerebral palsy or fetal alcohol syndrome. We serve children from school districts throughout Los Angeles County and surrounding areas. Students do not need to live in Los Angeles County to attend. Individualized instruction on communication, functional academics, self-help, socialization and prevocational skills. Compassionate teachers credentialed to work with children who have severe disabilities. 1:2 staff-to-student ratio. Large classrooms with adapted instructional materials to engage all students in learning activities. Designated instructional service for Speech and Language, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Orientation and Mobility and Visual Impairment services. On-site nursing support and adapted sensory playground.
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