Special Education Support Services
Support services for the complex and varying needs of all students.
Student Support Services resources are available below. For assistance, please contact Student Support Services at (209) 331-7080.
Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA)
For information on Special Education Local Plan Area, please see SELPA.
Infant and Preschool
For more information on infant and preschool services, please call (209) 331-7366 or visit the School Readiness & Preschool website.
Adaptive Physical Education
The Adapted Physical Education (APE) program evaluate a student's needs and, if eligible, work with the IEP team to develop a specially designed physical education service that is designed to help the student achieve state physical education standards and to make progress in fine and large motor activities, life-long physical health, and recreational skills.
Program Specialists provide assistance and support to special education teachers and parents to ensure that students with disabilities are placed in effective programs and classes. Program Specialists have advanced training and experience. They help in problem-solving and in securing the necessary resources to implement students' IEPs. Each Program Specialist is assigned to specific schools and program areas.
Young Adult Programs
Lodi USD offers special education services to eligible students with disabilities until the year in which they turn 22 if the student has not graduated with a regular high school diploma. Several programs and classes are available in Lodi and Stockton and provide classroom and community based experiences and instruction.
Teachers on Special Assignment
Teachers on special assignment provide specially designed instruction and consultation to other educational staff and to parents in the areas of: autism, behavior, evaluation and eligibility, IEP development, and community and continuation schools
Visual Impairment Education
Lodi USD offers several types of special education programs and services to students with visual impairments, both for those students who are blind or those student who have low vision and are eligible under state law. The services include instruction in either a Resource Room or in an itinerant situation. Braille, large print media, special equipment and materials are provided as required by each student. Orientation and mobility services are also provided at the school and in the community.
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