What Type of SPED Program Should You Choose for Your Child?

Posted by Daniel Lawrence on September, 2018

Having a special needs child and living in the Miami area can be challenging, especially if you are hoping to find them a school that places a central focus on Judaic studies and culture. Thankfully, there is a program that provides just this opportunity for SPED students in Miami-Dade County.

What Is an SPED Program?

SPED is the acronym given to special education programs in Miami Dade County. It offers a variety of services for these students, including psychological diagnoses, consultation and evaluations, enrollment in gifted or special education classes, speech pathology services and emotional and behavioral assessments. Because Miami-Dade is the nation’s fourth largest school district, SPED is one of the most well rounded special education programs in the country.

An Education with a Religious Foundation   

There are a large number of Jewish families in the Miami-Dade area, and many of them wish for their children to have a religious education. It can be particularly challenging to find a program that offers both religious instruction in the Judaic faith and is also equipped to handle SPED students in Miami-Dade County.

As a result, programs are in place in the area that service both of these communities and combines their common interests into a program that best supports their learning styles, while also offering religious instruction. With some online research, you can easily find one of these programs and enroll your special needs student in them.

If you are looking for a special needs school that provides Judaic instruction for your SPED student in Miami-Dade County, contact at 305-792-7060 or visit the website to speak with one of their dedicated team members today.

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