Special Education Teacher Support Services:
· Specially designed and/or supplemental instruction to support the participation of the student with a disability in the general education classroom.
These services are designed to be flexible, helping students to remain in the general education classroom and use the combined expertise of both the general and special education teacher. They may be provided within the general education classroom or in a separate location. Group size for SETSS provided in the general education classroom or in a separate location may not exceed a maximum of eight students.
Paraprofessionals often work with children who have challenging behaviors. a paraprofessional may watch her and take notes about her behavior during the day. These notes may be used to provide more insight into your child’s behavior.
Paraprofessionals will know strategies to help your child with behavior—like telling her when she’s doing well, giving her rewards and helping her to stop aggressive behavior. Paraprofessionals are often trained to jump in and help in a crisis.
1303 53rd Street Suite 126
Brookly, NY 11219
P:718 – 717 – 1128
The emotional, social and physical development of young children has a direct effect on their overall development and on the adult they will become. That is why understanding the need to invest in very young children is so important, so as to maximize their future well-being.