Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf/Hearing Impaired – Co-Ser 301
A certified teacher provides services to a student with a hearing loss. The services may be direct or consultative and include evaluation, general education, staff support, and assistance with appropriate technology for the student of the hearing impaired. This service is provided to students within the regular education, special education, TEC classrooms and in the community settings.
Itinerant Special Education Speech/Language – Co-Ser 302
A certified teacher of speech and hearing or a speech pathologist provides services to special education students who exhibit difficulties with language, language processing and articulation.
Itinerant Guidance and Counseling – Co-Ser 303
A certified school counselor, school social worker, or school psychologist provides services to a school district.
Itinerant Interpreter for the Deaf – Co-Ser 306
An interpreter provides services for students who participate in the educational mainstream as well as self-contained programs. A C-Print Captionist provides services for students in the educational mainstream that are deaf or hard of hearing. This is included in the 306 Co-Ser.
Itinerant School Psychologist – Co-Ser 308
A certified school psychologist who can perform psycho-educational assessments, individual counseling and serve on the Committee on Special Education provides services.
Itinerant Visually Impaired/Blind – Co-Ser 309
Services include Braille instruction and specially designed materials such as large print texts and assistance with appropriate technology. Orientation and mobility and rehabilitation services may also be available.
Itinerant Speech and Hearing – Co-Ser 311
The service of a certified Teacher of Speech and Hearing provides speech improvement services.
Itinerant Physical Therapy – Co-Ser 321
A licensed Physical Therapist or Physical Therapist Assistant facilitates development of a student’s gross motor skills. Physical Therapy is provided under a prescription of a physician.
Itinerant Occupational Therapy – Co-Ser 323
A licensed Occupational Therapist or Occupational Therapist Assistant facilitates development of a student’s fine motor skills, sensory-motor and visual perceptual skills in an educational setting. Occupational therapy is provided under a prescription of a physician.
Itinerant Assistive Technology – Co-Ser 324
This service assists students in the selection, acquisition or use of assistive technology devices (e.g., adaptive computer equipment, communication systems). The service may be direct or consultative.
Preschool Committee on Special Education – Co-Ser 550
This service provides clerical support for the district’s Preschool Committee on Special Education. Referral, Consent to Evaluate, Due Process, CPSE meetings, STACs, BOE notification and record keeping responsibilities are some of the services provided through this CO-SER.
Academic Programs, Special Facilities – Co-Ser 441
This service provides the educational component required for regular and special education students, age 5-18, who are hospitalized in the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit at CVPH.