Helping Districts Fulfill Special Education Needs in Local Schools
County special services districts  provide cost-effective services and programs to students with disabilities who are educated in their local schools. These partnerships range from a specific service for a few students to a specialized program hosted in a local school.

County Special Services School District
Shared Services

  • Child Study Team
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech/Language Therapy
  • Assistive Technology
  • Special education and general transportation
  • Services for deaf/hard of hearing
  • Augmentative Communication
  • Transition services/job coaching
  • Vocational/life skills training
  • Structured learning experience (SLE)
  • Substance Abuse Coordinator
  • Special Child Health Services
  • Autism consultation
  • Inclusion services
  • Center for Family Guidance
  • Chapter 192/193
  • Other nonpublic school services
  • Home instruction
  • Staff development – non-special
  • Substance Awareness Coordinator Services
  • Juvenile Detention Programs
  • Technology Services
  • Grant writing

“I have had the opportunity to see firsthand how the shared services and partnerships that a county special services school districts is able to leverage can be of great benefit and specifically very cost effective for a local school district.”

Dr. Chris Manno

Superintendent, Burlington County Special Services

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