Robert Bycroft School

Robert Bycroft School provides comprehensive school-age services to children with developmental disabilities in Columbiana County. These services are provided to students in kindergarten up to age 22 that reside in Columbiana County. The programs focus on instruction in the areas of academics, social interaction, functional living, and vocational preparation. Instruction is provided by certified intervention specialists in a modified curriculum aligned to the Ohio Academic Content Standards – Extended, with a focus on each students Individual Education Program (IEP).

Students are also provided with a number of related services including speech therapy, physical therapy, and occupational therapy based upon their needs as determined in the IEP. Students also benefit from the use of the snoezelen room, which provides sensory stimulation and relaxation to students with visual, auditory, and tactile needs. Each student also receives instruction in the areas of physical education and music weekly.

Our transition program provides education and training experiences to students who have completed their school-age requirements and are now preparing for employment and independent or supported living. Students are provided with opportunities to receive structured training in both simulated and authentic environments in order to help ease the adjustment from school to post-secondary responsibilities.

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