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Special Needs Schools in Los Angeles, CA
1.SPIRIT CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
4061 W Washington Blvd
Special EducationPreschools & KindergartenSchoolsChild Care
Our mission is to develop intuitive confident children who are empowered cognitively, socially, and physically by supportive staff through the use of creative, innovative, and age appropriate teaching techniques. Welcome to Spirit Child Development Center (Spirit CDC ) and Spirit Early Intervention Program (Spirit EIP ), Comprehensive Preschool and Child Development Centers located in Los Angeles, California, adjacent to the University of Southern California (USC ). Spirit CDC is a non-profit organization available year round. We are a licensed day care designed to provide an engaging preschool experience for children, ages 2 years first grade entry (6 years ), with particular focus on low income or at-risk children. Spirit EIP is a comprehensive early intervention program for children 0-3 years with special needs. Spirit embraces the best of early childhood education curricula and combines it with the optimum learning environment for all children, regardless of their developmental age, stage, and/or ability.
2.Academic Guidance Services (est 1960)
1525 McCollum St
Special EducationClinicsEducational ServicesEducational Consultants
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Established in 1960, experience and expertise are our best product. We have helped many students and adults to achieve their highest learning potential through a pragmatic, result-based, logical approach. Areas of service: ADHD, autism, learning disabilities, dyslexia, IEP development, study skills/time management/organization training, special tutoring, and expert advocate and witness.Dr. David Hung hasdirected three largeautism projects and understands the pitfalls of over-diagnosis and the importance of systematic treatment using Applied Behavior Analysis.For the past 26 years, hehas also successfully helped many students and adults on learning, emotional andbehavioral issues, analyzing clearlyfor them the defined problem(s), the cause(s) of the problem,the possible qualification and benefitof adiagnosis, and most importantly the treatment prescription that will help alleviate the problem.
3.Acacia Learning Center
2900 W Vernon Ave
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM.
4.Plaza De La Raza
4339 State University Dr
Special EducationSchoolsPublic SchoolsChild Care
The Diagnostic Center, Southern California offers a range of support and assistance services to students with special needs. It serves various school districts in California. The center provides a variety of assessment, consulting, research-based intervention, professional development and technical assistance services. It also conducts workshops, as well as undertakes literacy, autism and early childhood special education projects. The center is governed by the California Department of Education. It employs psychologists, nurses, pediatricians, and speech and language specialists. The center s assessment services include the diagnosis of student s profile s and recommendations for educational programs. Diagnostic Center, Southern California is located in Los Angeles
5.Alfonso B. Perez Special Education Center
4540 Michigan Ave
Special EducationSchoolsEducational ServicesPublic Schools
Opened in 1966, A. B. Perez School is a public school that serves disabled and nondisabled students in kindergarten through grade 12. It offers a variety of program designs, including special day classes, secondary departmentalized programs, as well as community-based instruction. The school offers special programs for children with hearing and visual disabilities, as well as speech, physical and occupational therapies. A. B. Perez School offers a range of sports activities, including soccer, hockey, basketball, cheerleading and softball. In addition, it organizes field trips and other community outings for its students. The school also offers a community-based interaction program where students practice tasks, such as a shopping, mailing letters and obtaining money orders. A. B. Perez School is located in Los Angeles and is a part of the Los Angeles Unified School District.
6.Optimist High School
6957 N Figueroa St
Special EducationSchoolsElementary SchoolsPublic Schools
Optimist High School provides special educational services to students residing in Optimist Youth Homes & Family Services campus. The school also offers services to community students referred by the Los Angeles Unified School District and other local schools districts. Additionally, the school provides a range of physical education and vocational programs. Located in Los Angeles, the school offers various counseling services. Optimist High School is a part of Optimist Youth Homes & Family Services, which provides treatment and support services to abused, neglected and at-risk children and youth. The agency is affiliated with the Association of Community Human Services Agencies and the American Association of Children's Residential Centers.
7.PUENTE Learning Center
10000 S Western Ave
Special EducationChild CareSchools
Founded in 1985, the PUENTE Learning Center is a family-oriented educational organization that provides a variety of classes for children and adults. It offers various programs, such as preschool readiness, charter kindergarten, after-school enrichment, public speaking, computer applications and Spanish language. The center also offers the English as a Second Language program. The PUENTE Learning Center provides education to more than 2,000 students every day. Its high school tutorial program serves adolescents of ages 12 to 18 who are at the risk of failing in one or more subjects and dropping out of school. It also provides homework assistance and mentoring by adult volunteers. The PUENTE Learning Center is located in Los Angeles.
12101 W Washington Blvd
Westview School in Los Angeles CA is a Private School serving grades 6th through Middle School & High School offering Special Education for children with ADHD, Asperger's & other education needs. The philosophy of the Westview School is a simple one, based on the element of success. We recognize there are many young people who have learning differences which may hinder their levels of achievement in a traditional academic situation. However, with the right set of programs and individualized attention, these students enjoy perhaps their first taste of success in school. Since success does wonders for self-esteem, our students are enriched emotionally as well as academically. We believe in the multi-faceted approach to education, including a full complement of academic courses, plus a variety of extra-curricular activities and enrichment programs. Small class sizes enhance the academic experience. We strive for our Westview graduates to be educated, socially integrated and motivated to go out in the world and pursue their interests successfully.
9.Help Group Village Glen School
4160 Grand View Blvd
Special EducationPublic SchoolsDevelopmentally Disabled & Special Needs Services & ProductsSchools
Village Glen School is a multidisciplinary, therapeutic day institution that serves children with social and communicative disabilities, including Asperger s syndrome, high-functioning autism and nonverbal learning disorders. The school serves more than 200 students in kindergarten through grade 12. It provides classes in English, math and science. Village Glen School operates science laboratories, student stores, and computer learning and performing arts centers. The school administers the Pace Program for students with superior intellectual capabilities. It maintains a parent association that organizes various fundraising events. The school conducts several extracurricular activities, such as music and drama. It enrolls students from the San Fernando Valley, Westside and Greater Los Angeles areas and neighboring communities in California. Village Glen School is certified by the California State Department of Education. The school is governed by The Help Group.
10.Special Education-Infant/Preschool Program
333 S Beaudry Ave
11.Alliance Office-Clg Ready Pubc
601 S Figueroa St
12.College Ready Promise
1149 S Hill St Fl 6
13.Wilshire Park Management
1636 Wilshire Blvd
14.I U T S
1543 W Olympic Blvd
15.College Ready Academy 4
644 W 17th St
Special EducationSchoolsElementary Schools
16.Soledad Enrichment Action
735 S Soto St
Special EducationSchoolsPublic Schools
17.The Evergreen Academy
122 S Evergreen Ave
680 Wilshire Pl
19.California Adams College Inc
3000 W 6th St
Special EducationEducational Services
3000 W 6th St
21.Southwest Journal Of Law
675 S Westmoreland Ave
505 Shatto Pl
23.Young Artists Yamaha Music School
3434 W 6th St
24.Sophia T. Salvin Special Education Center
1925 S Budlong Ave
25.Adams College of English
3700 Wilshire Blvd Ste 985
Special EducationColleges & UniversitiesSchools
26.Seh Ballet School
158 S Oxford Ave
3921 Wilshire Blvd Ste 700
28.Na Sung Yang Moon Church
3200 N San Fernando Rd
1128 Crenshaw Blvd
30.Westside Academy-Little Citizens
4256 S Western Ave
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