Approximately half of the students the Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation's (CiTi) Exceptional Education Department serves annually receive related services or itinerant services in their home school district. CiTi employs a full complement of itinerant services including:
Certified physical education teacher provides adapted physical education services to students.
Audiologists provide direct, consultation, or auditory processing disorder evaluation services to students who need aids or equipment to supplement their residual hearing.
Certified pupil personnel specialists provide direct, consultation, or evaluation services to students to cope with social, emotional, behavioral and/or learning difficulties that interfere with their educational progress. Note: this service is not required for students attending the Day Treatment program, as counseling is a built-in component of that program.
Provides an adult to accompany a student on a job-shadowing experience or job site to supervise and teach the student job responsibilities. Job coach hours are requested in increments of 1-12 hours per week or for students typically in their commencement year, 1-24 hours per week.
Occupational therapists provide direct individual or group consultation and/or evaluation services to students who have fine and/or gross motor deficiencies. Physical therapists provide direct individual or group consultation and/or evaluation services to students who have fine and/or gross motor deficiencies.
A professional registered nurse provides skilled nursing services to medically fragile students with complex health care needs within a school setting as prescribed by the student’s IEP.
Certified staff provide direct, consultation, and/or evaluation services to students with communication disorders.
Certified staff provides direct, consultation, or evaluation services to students whose hearing loss adversely affects educational performance. CEAT evaluations are also available. Click here for more information.
Teacher provides direct, consultation or evaluation services to students whose visual impairment adversely affects educational performance.
A certified teaching assistant or teacher aide will work with an individual student as requested by a component district.