Wildwood School provides a comprehensive educational program for students with autism spectrum disorders, neurological impairments, and complex learning disabilities to prepare them to be as independent as possible. There is a blend of academic, social, employment, and functional skills that are taught to each student driven by their Individual Educational Plan (IEP), needs and interests.
For more information, please visit our website at www.wildwoodschoolsite.com/
Adult Education offers learning opportunities focused on the well-being of each student. It provides small group classes, hands-on learning, and multi-media experiences onsite, online, and in the community. Materials are adapted and modified to enhance learning, and students are assisted in getting acccommodations and modifications for testing, training, and other learning opportunities.
Courses are offered in a variety of topics including:
- Work-related skills
- The arts
- Interpersonal skills
- Wellness skills.
Parent Network of the Capital Region (PNCR)
PNCR provides parents and family members of children with disabilities information, resources and strategies to:
- Promote meaningful involvement in their child's educational programs including information regarding the special education process (referrals for special education, individual evaluations, individualized education programs or IEP development and transition planning);
- Assist parents in understanding their child's disabilities;
- Promote early resolution of disputes between parents and school districts;
- Promote the use of resolution sessions and special education mediations;
- Assist in understanding procedural due process rights;
- Enhance parents' skills and levels of confidence to communicate effectively and work collaboratively with their schools to advocate for and actively participate in their child's education program.