S.E.E.D. Typical Peers

S.E.E.D. Program accepting preschool applications

Peer models in special needs preschool classes enjoy benefits, learn empathy and leadership skills.

Children age 3 by June of 2018 and potty-trained can be considered for the typical peer program in S.E.E.D. (Special Early Education Development) at Glenview Center for Child Care and Learning.

This unique preschool experience is taught by certificated teachers and combines students having special needs with their typically-developing peers. Children are screened in the areas of speech/language, motor skills, social skills/behavior and cognitive/pre-academic skills. A parent questionnaire also contributes to the screening process.

Classes are Monday through Thursday, 9-11:30 a.m. or 12:15-2:45 p.m. The cost is currently $550 for the school year; any increase in next year’s rates will be announced in the spring.

To begin the registration process, contact Dianne Williams at 440-617-7322. You can also learn more HERE.



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