The Multi-Disabled Department strives to provide individualized instruction in daily living skills, vocational skills, and community-access skills with emphasis on communication and independence across all curriculum areas.
- To assist students and their families in meeting IEP goals.
- To assist students to acquire age-appropriate leisure, recreational, cultural, and social skills.
- To assist student to utilize technology to improve their communication and education.
- To assist students in transition to their home communities prior to their graduation.
- To provide needed specialized services including speech and hearing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, sensory training, and orientation and mobility training to assist students to maximize their educational potential.
- To help students to learn to access goods and services in community settings.
- To adapt materials and methods to increase students' independence and communication.
- To promote individual progress with functional academics.
- To promote an increased quality of life.