About the Intellectual Disabilities Program
The Intellectual Disabilities population consists of students ranging in ages 5-21 with varying cognitive abilities. While each program offers unique and individual components, the main emphasis is to provide each student with the tools to become productive members in our community, as well as, encouraging independence.
A typical day includes academics based on cognitive ability, functional life skills, pre-vocational skills, and social skills. Students also participate in an array of therapies and specials.
For further information, please call our school at 732-928-1500. Feel free to view our teachers' individual web pages for better insight of each individual class.