TES School Services
What are Special Education Services?
Special education is specially designed instruction that addresses the unique needs of a student eligible to receive special education services. Special education includes the related services a student needs to access her/his educational program.
Our School Services Professionals
Our educators are credentialed teachers and our therapists are licensed clinicians. Many hold specialty certifications that enhance their service delivery.
What are the Benefits of Special Education Consulting?
TES staff support a school’s infrastructure in meeting the needs of their students with special needs. From budgeting to staffing and case management, our team helps schools remain compliant with their students’ needs.
Our Experts are Experienced in
TES’ approach to Special Education Services
How do we make learning fun?
Our team of professionals customize learning to the student. They build rapport through engaging services that produce results.
How do we work as a team?
Our team integrates with the school team to create a collaborative learning environment.
How do we include the family and school?
Through a student centered approach, we encourage transparency and collaboration among all the key stakeholders in the student’s life.
FAQs About Special Education Services
How do you explain Special Education Services to a child?
Professionals are there to support you in accessing the curriculum and support your learning needs.
How can Special Education Services help my child?
Special education provides instruction and supports that are specially designed to meet the unique needs of a child whose disability affects their educational performance or ability to learn.
What is the assessment process?
An assessment in special education is the process used to determine a child’s specific learning strengths and needs, and to determine if a child is eligible for special education services.
What age should my child start Special Education Services?
Students who qualify for Special Education services are eligible at three years of age.
What are the eligibilities for Special Education?
The Individuals with Disabilities Act of 1997 (IDEA) lists 13 disability categories:
- Hearing impairment
- Mental retardation
- Multiple disabilities
- Orthopedic impairment
- Other health impairment
- Serious emotional disturbance
- Specific learning disability
- Speech or language impairment
- Traumatic brain injury
- Visual impairment, including blindness
Our Teachers' Credentials
- Preliminary Mild/Moderate credential
- Preliminary Moderate/Severe credential
- Preliminary Early Childhood credential
- Clear (Professional Level II) Education Specialist credential
- Professional Education Certificate
- Resident Educator License
- Professional Educator License
- Senior Educator License
- Lead Educator License