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Children's Services


MCBDD Support ProgramsThe Children's Services Department provides learning opportunities and support programs for children ages birth to 22. Services are tailored to meet the individual needs, interests, and abilities of every child.
 
Family support is also another critical focus of the staff in our Children's Services Department. Various support groups and family education programs are available to our families.
 
For more information about our Children's Services, please call 330-725-7751 ext. 228 or email us at educationinfo@mcbdd.org
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Windfall School

Windfall School is a place where children are encouraged to learn at their own pace and according to their individual needs and abilities. Located inside the Medina County Achievement Center, our school welcomes students in both our preschool and school age programs. We strive to build each child's self-esteem, confidence, imagination and desire to learn. Our goal is to provide each student with a quality learning experience and our curriculum and teaching adheres to the standards set by the State of Ohio Board of Education.

Back to School Welcome Packets will be mailed out to families on Tuesday. August 7, 2018.
 

 

Windfall Preschool

Windfall Preschool offers 3 to 5 year olds with ALL levels of ability, the chance to learn together and from one another.  All classrooms have a state licensed teacher, each with at least a four year degree in Early Childhood Education and Special Education. Certified classroom assistants are also on hand to make sure every child gets the attention and care they need. Click here for more information about Windfall Preschool.


 

Windfall School Age Program

The School Age program, serving students ages 6 to 21, emphasizes individual and small group instruction in communication, daily living, and academic skills. Vocational skills and community learning opportunities are also part of the School Age curriculum. Three of our classrooms are dedicated to serving students with multiple disabilites while another three specifically serve students on the autism spectrum (WIN classrooms). Goals and standards of our School Age program meet those set by the State Board of Education. The Unique Learning Systems, a curriculum developed for students with moderate to intensive needs, is used for academic content. The TEACCH Model is used as the core framework for intervention in the WIN classrooms.
 


Transition Services

When an individual with special needs is ready to graduate and move on into adulthood, there are many opportunities available and decisions regarding their future which need to be made. Everything from vocational choices to financial concerns. Our Transition Services are here to help guide individuals and their families through this time of growth and change. For more information about our Transition Services please click here



 
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