Services for Special Needs Students
A variety of therapies are offered at Coralwood. Physical, occupational, speech/language, recreational, vision and mobility therapies are provided to students who qualify for services. All students participate in the motor and music classes provided as part of the curriculum. A social worker is available to work with families and students as needed. Due to the number of students with medical issues, nursing services are provided on a full-time basis at Coralwood.
The Preschool Assessment Team and the Audiology Clinic are part of the Coralwood School and Diagnostic Center. The Assessment Team screens
and does in-depth testing on preschoolers who are referred as a result of any type of developmental delay. Many of the Coralwood students have medical conditions such as: allergies, Autism, Asperger's, Angelman's Syndrome, Diabetes, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, failure to thrive, hearing loss, Hydrocephalus, Kabuki, Lissencephaly, Microcephaly, Macrocephaly, Mitochondrial Disease, Noonan's Syndrome, CHARGE Syndrome, Landau Kleffner, Rett's Syndrome, Prader-Willi, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Spina Bifida, Traumatic Brain Injury, Turner Syndrome, and visual impairments,
as well asother rare genetic disorders.
The Audiology Clinic tests the hearing of students ages 3-21 years and assists with educational planning for the deaf/hard of hearing students.
Audiology and Preschool Assessment services are now available at Diagnostics South located at Bob Mathis Elementary School.