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LADACIN Network, Inc.
1703 Kneeley Blvd.
Wanamassa, NJ 07712

Phone:732-493-5900
Fax: 732-493-5980
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LADACIN Network

School Programs

Educational Programs

Lehmann School, Ocean County
Schroth School, Monmouth County

Schools approved by the New Jersey Department of Education are available in both counties for pre-schoolers and school age students with developmental and/or multiple physical disabilities.
 
Individual programs are carefully developed for each student by a transdisciplinary team of teachers, therapists, nurses, social workers, instructional assistants and family members in conjunction with the placing district Child Study Team and the student’s Individual Education Plan.
 
A transdisciplinary team assesses needs, determines goals, and monitors and evaluates progress. The progress of each student is assessed on a continual basis. All members of the team work to ensure the maximum physical, educational and emotional development of the student.

Transdisciplinary Educational Services Available:

  • Pre-school program
  • Comprehensive curriculum including language arts, math, social studies, adapted physical education, art and music
  • Extended school year program
  • Transition planning
  • Pre-vocational exploration and training
  • Computer instruction
  • Comprehensive nutrition services
  • Occupational, physical, and speech therapy, evaluation, and treatment
  • Nursing services
  • Social work services
  • Assisstive technology evaluation and training including augmentative and alternative communication
  • Diagnostic clinics and services
  • Hearing, dental and vision screenings
  • Access to family support services (Time After Program, Saturday respite, cash option and inclusive recreation)
  • Community integration and field trips
  • Information and referral services

Eligibility:

Students with developmental and/or multiple physical disabilities who are referred by their local school district are eligible for these highly specialized services.
 

Extended School Year Programs

Students with developmental and/or multiple physical disabilities may participate in the extended school year programs for two, three, four or five days per week. Schedules are determined by the student’s educational team as documented in their Individualized Education plan.
The extended year programs are approved by the New Jersey Department of Education with funding typically provided by the referring local school district.
 
Certified teachers, physical, occupational and speech therapists, social workers, nurses, and art and music teachers work together to ensure the student’s growth and enjoyment through educational, recreational and special summer activities.

Transdisciplinary Educational Services Available:

  • Classroom instruction including language arts, math, social studies, adapted physical education, music and art
  • Computer instruction
  • Occupational, physical and speech therapy
  • Nursing services
  • Social work services
  • Assisstive technology evaluation and training including augmentative and alternative communication
  • Diagnostic services, clinics, and screenings
  • Comprehensive nutrition services
  • Arts and crafts
  • Picnics and barbecues
  • Environmental programs
  • Community integration and field trips

Eligibility for Extended School Year Program:

Students with developmental and/or multiple physical disabilities who are referred by their home school district are eligible for these highly specialized services.