Sensory Integration Programming 

Grades K-8



Technology

Each of our K-8 grade students are assigned desktop computers.  They have the Star reading program, Reading A-Z, Raz Kids, keyboarding without tears and  many other web-based instructional sites that are teacher led. 

Autism 

We work with students various success levels. Therefore, we use various forms of assistive technology to meet their individual needs. In addition, Our K-8 students work from desktop computers the majority of the day and software specific to their individual learning is loaded onto each computer. Teachers utilize their smart boards to facilitate this learning. 

Sensory Integration Room used for our younger students at JTC Academy.  

JTC Offers Drum Lessons


 

Technology

Sensory Integration

Grades K-8

Technology: Desktop: All students in K-8 program are assigned a desktop and therefore work from desktops a good portion of the day. Desktops have adaptive technology including oversized keyboards and software programs that are sensory based

Communication: Communication board and activities: boardmakeronline.com

Reading: Edmark Reading, Hooked on Phonics, Reading Groups and appropriate reading software programs

Math: Touch Math, Sensory Math Computer Games

Writing/Keyboarding: Writing and Keyboarding without Tears

Spelling/Vocabulary: All students have individualized spelling lists to learn with activities to support and encourage identifying and remembering words and their meanings

Life Skills/Social Skills: Cooking classes are included on daily schedule, shopping is included on weekly schedule. Specific hygiene plans are made and in place for youth in need. Community access trips that support life skills instruction are taken weekly.

Social Studies and Science: Project Based-Thematic Units utilizing centers, community based activities such as the butterfly garden visit for the “Butterfly Unit”

Sensory Support: Sensory Room



Speech and Language

A student’s inability to communicate can affect social interaction, learning, behavior, literacy, and classroom participation. Speech/language pathologists work with JTC students to increase fluency, articulation, volume control, or teach them how to use an augmentative or alternative communication device.