Exceptional Children

It's our belief that for children to have the best educational start and foundation, it is crucial to use a multidisciplinary approach. This means taking into account all areas of children's development, not just academically. We consider their social emotional development, see if additional supports may be needed, and also ensure the support of our "exceptional children" who may have certified Individualized Education Plan(IEP) or an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). By utilzing all of these different sources of information, or disciplines, we are able to best support children's development and overall success. 

Exceptional Children Resources

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Michigan Alliance for Families provides information, support, and education for families who have children and young adults (birth to 26 years of age) who receive (or may be eligible to receive) special education services. This website can help you with finding information on special education issues, disability specific information, support, and upcoming events. Click the image to visit Michigan Alliance for Families. 

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Early On Michigan offers early intervention services for infants and toddlers, birth to three years of age, with developmental delay(s) and/or disabilities, and their families.  Research has shown that by addressing delays early on - especially between birth and age 3 - we can more effectively impact a child's development, even into adulthood. Click the image to learn more about early on Michigan. 

Learn what to expect as your children grow so you can celebrate milestones and look out for potential delays. Each article details how to support development in either infants, toddlers, or preschoolers. Click the image to learn more.

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