If a child cannot learn in the way we teach, we must teach in a way he can learn.
Our services are the resources that defy the odds. Our methodology defines the approach to pair individualized services with specialized techniques. Alternating proven methods with external expert consults, we’re able to change everything you know about your child’s potential.
As part of our enrichment program, sought after consultants conduct screenings for children at absolutely no cost to the parent. Our vision in implementing our enrichment program is to provide access to third party professional support from the best cadre of professionals available in NYC.
Professional consulting is about providing expertise to a client by professionals in the education industry.
Our Enrichment Team includes the following support staff:
- Dr. Chava Fisher- Educational Evaluator.
- Dr. Yitzy Neumann, DPT- Physical Therapist Specialist
- Rabbi Yiddy Weider- Literacy Coach.
- Rabbi Amram Mehring- Literacy Coach.
- Rabbi Binyamin Blau- Literacy Coach.
- Mrs. Abigail Rapps, OT/RL- Sensory Integration Specialist.
- Rabbi Yuda Yoel Lowey, Metacognition Specialist
Groups play a basic role in the development of social nature. In a social group, our highly trained facilitator teaches the students how to interact appropriately with others their age, improve conversational, conflict resolution, joint attention and friendship skills in a small setting. Additional skills such as active listening, empathy, and respect are taught, practiced, and reviewed in a safe setting before implementation in the real social world.
Social skills groups are small groups led by an adult who teaches the kids how to interact appropriately with others their age. They can help kids learn conversational, friendship, and problem-solving skills.
P3/ SETSS (Special education teacher support services)
Our staff of licensed Special Educators are assigned to children with SETSS mandates. They will assess the child, create appropriate goals and a proper treatment plan to ensure success in the mainstream classroom or in the home setting. Our staff is not only licensed in Special Education they have advanced their training to include specialized methods such as Applied Behavior Analysis, Son-rise method, Nurture-heart approach, Lindamood Bell’s Reading program, Orton Gillingham, Wilson Reading program, Multi-sensory Math, social thinking, and floortime among others so your child can develop the skills needed to thrive.
A P-3 Provider/SETSS teachers provide legally mandated services for students with disabilities that are necessary to support their progress in schools. They provide supplemental instruction to support the participation of the student in the general education classroom.
SEIT [Special Education Itinerant Teacher]
At Yes I Can, our SEIT experts are special education professionals who provide one-on-one assistance to a student beyond the five year age bracket. They work with students who have either a learning disability, behavioral issue, or needs special education assistance. Our SEIT teachers are trained to provide different levels of support and development aid to students in the classroom and beyond. They discuss student progress with their teachers, meet with the students’ parents, and assess students in a classroom setting in order to develop strategies to help address the child’s education needs. SEIT teachers can also visit students’ homes when they are unable to attend a school or need additional support in the home environment.
A SEIT is a New York State certified special education teacher who comes to work with a preschool student with a disability on academic, emotional, and social skills.
These services help students with special needs fully take part in all school activities. Our paras work with the student to ensure that health and learning needs are being met at schools. Our health paras are trained to monitor the child and if necessary to administer needed medication. Alterably, we will help the school manage behavioral crisis situations with trained crisis paras to ensure the child’s success by watching out for potential conflicts and providing de-escalation strategies.
Paraprofessionals provide instructional, behavioral, and other support to students in and outside of the classroom. Paraprofessionals often work one-on-one with students who receive special education and related services or those who have a 504 plan.
Oral Transliteration Services
Students with hearing impairment face the daily challenges of a fast paced class environment. Our Oral transliterators can help facilitate communication access to students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
An oral transliterator provides communication access to a person who is deaf or hard of hearing and who uses speech reading and speaking as a means of communicating.
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