Central Louisiana Supports and Services Center
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Educational Services

Special Education Classes
The center has nine classrooms with state-of-the-art technology and equipment for use in the educational programming of all clients. The classes are taught by certified special education teachers who are assisted by para-professionals. The classes are taken on field trips into the community at least once a month. The environment of the Snoezelen Room provides for relaxation and sensory stimulation.

Speech Therapy
Our Speech Therapy Department provides evaluations and therapy programs for clients with speech, language and/or hearing problems. In addition to the more customary type of therapy for speech disorders and developmental language delay, many clients profit from training using alternative and augmentative forms of communication.

Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy services include evaluation and training in the areas of fine motor function, sensorimotor function, activities of daily living, oral motor function, mobility, and adaptive equipment. Correct positioning is evaluated for function and to prevent or decrease orthopedic deformities.

Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy endeavors to meet a person's physical, mental, and emotional needs. Primary emphasis is placed on improvement of physical capacities for functions in every day life. We assist, train, and use adaptive equipment to help our clients reach their maximum potential, thus increasing the quality of life.

Transition/Inclusion Training Program
This program is designed to assist in minimizing the student's transition from the school service system to the adult service system by providing training in vocational skills, community based job training, community based activities, post-secondary involvement, and daily independent living skills.

Adapted Physical Education
Adapted Physical Education provides a diversified program that incorporates a variety of individual programs for physically disabled students. Programming focuses on the development of physical and motor skills necessary for activities of daily living and participation in enjoyable leisure time activities.