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Overview 
 
Additional support services are provided for students enrolled in BOCES and district programs upon request. Identification of the need for the services as well as the amount and frequency needed are determined by each district's Committee on Special Education. Services beyond those specifically identified as included in programs are billed separately. Aid restrictions: The maximum aidable share of a given service in a single district is 60 percent of a full-time equivalent or three days per week. Participating districts must be cautious in reporting students for aid purposes. Please consult with your school business official regarding aid issues.
 
 
Services Offered

Adaptive Physical Education
Direct instruction is provided by a certified itinerant teacher for students in BOCES and district classes.

Child Resource and Support (CRS) Team
Provides assessment, consultation and support to assist school districts with students who require more specialized academic, behavioral or technological interventions in order to support students in the least-restrictive environment. The core consultation includes a psycho-education consultation/assessment, a family needs assessment, initial consultation with the district team, and the development of a comprehensive action plan. Follow-up with the district team is included. Supplemental evaluations and services are available and may be requested by the school district.

Consultant Teacher Services
Direct instruction as well as consultation services are provided by certified personnel in school districts and BOCES classes for students whose IEP's identify the need for additional instructional support.

Deaf/Hearing Impaired
Direct instruction as well as consultation services are provided by certified personnel in school districts and BOCES classes for students who are deaf/hearing impaired.

English as a Second Language Teacher
Two or more districts may share an English as a Second Language teacher to work with those students in grades K-12 with limited English proficiency. The service is provided in the home district.

NYS Alternate Assessment
This service provides training, support and scoring for NYSAA.
Occupational and Physical Therapy
Direct services are provided by licensed therapists for students in BOCES and district programs. A physician's prescription is needed for these services.

Psychological Services
Service is provided on a shared basis in support of instructional programs.

Social Worker
Service is provided on a shared basis in support of instructional programs.

Speech/Disabled
Direct services by certified personnel are provided in BOCES and district classes for student whose IEPs indicate the need for speech therapy.

Speech/Non-Disabled
Direct services are provided on a shared basis for non-disabled students in district classes identified as needing speech improvement services.

Transportation for Students with Disabilities - Batavia
This service provides student transportation to the Batavia School for the Blind.

Transportation for Students with Disabilities - Rome
This service provides student transportation to Rome School for the Deaf.

Visually Impaired
Direct instruction as well as consultation services are provided by certified personnel in school districts and BOCES classes for students who are blind or visually impaired.
Contact Information
 
For more information, contact Sue Tiffany at 763-3318.
 
 
How to Enroll For Districts:
How to Enroll For Parents:
Contact the school district that you reside in to enroll your school-age child.
Instructional Programs  
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