Diagnostic evaluations for ADHD, Autism/developmental disorders, learning disabilities, behavioral disorders, and intellectual giftedness for all ages. Uses best-practices techniques to meet or exceed the APA’s standards of excellence in psychological and educational assessment.
Offers two homeschool schedules: a 5-Day Home Study Program gives parents total control of instruction delivery; a Blended Study Program includes three days of home study and two enrichment days at the Audeo Kids Resource Center.
Individualized assessment, remediation and educational therapy for students who have Dyslexia, ADHD, Auditory Processing Disorder, and language-based learning disabilities to improve memory, language, processing speed, attention and executive function. Complimentary consultation.
Individualized assessments, remediation and educational therapy for students who have Dyslexia, ADHD, Auditory Processing Disorder, and language-based learning disabilities to improve memory, language, processing speed, attention and executive function. Complimentary consultation.
Services for kids with accessibility needs, including two private study rooms and computers equipped with assistive software, digital talking books for individuals enrolled with the Braille Institute’s Library Services, a homebound services program, library-by-mail program, and drive-up book return.
Non-public RPM provider offers behavioral intervention plans and supervision to improve education, communication and quality of life.
Three fully inclusive preschool programs for families with low incomes: St. Leo’s Head Start in Solana Beach, Encinitas Head Start and Leucadia Head Start
Differentiated curriculum for students with communication disorders, focusing on common core standards, embedded sensory supports and behavioral intervention. Staff trained in AAC; Spanish available as a foreign language or dual immersion.
Community group that advises school board on special education and provides parent training.
Monthly meetings about special education in SDUSD with a parent-led organization that provides training, support and information.
Unique school option offering a blended curriculum for students who need flexibility, special education, filling academic gaps, and getting to the root of learning challenges through a combination of online learning, teacher-led instruction, and small group classes or independent learning.
One of California’s leading TK–12th grade WASC-accredited virtual charter schools, Compass was designed for families seeking a safe, virtual environment with a solid academic foundation. The program offers online learning labs, Q and A sessions, peer mentoring, tutoring, counseling and an active AVID program.
Center City, Cesar Chavez,
Mid City: 619-388-4530
North City/West City:
Non-public school for grades 2–12 for students with significant challenges due to learning disabilities and/or social-emotional issues. Provides student-specific assessments and evaluations, ongoing monitoring, specialized cognitive training, intensive educational and therapeutic interventions.
Early Childhood Education program provides comprehensive services to ages 0–5 and their families. Priority is given to low income families and/or homeless, foster children and children with disabilities.
Play-based, inclusive and nurturing learning environment that utilizes emergent curriculum, is based on the Sheva Jewish lenses, and focuses on children’s interests and learning needs. Specially designed bathrooms, playground, play area, kitchen and STEAM lab.
Independent, tuition-free public school with options for Homestudy, Insite (high school program for independent study) and JCS Academies where students attend class 2–4 days per week. Rigorous curriculum and unique educational approach, quality resources and choice. Located in Julian, Murrieta, Temecula and Encinitas.
Comprehensive oral motor, social skills, speech, and language services for people with disabilities. Provides academic support with the Fast Track to School Success program, which helps students overcome reading, written language, math and general learning disabilities.
Native Spanish-speaking teachers inspire and educate the next generation through a 100 percent Spanish immersion program, making kids future citizens of the world through inclusive preschool, afterschool elementary and summer camp programs (18 mos–7 yrs).
Play-based program provides children of all abilities 18 months-5 years an opportunity to learn in an in-home setting. Full/half day options, nutritious meals and a licensed nurse on staff for children with medical needs.
Private school provides specialized instruction for students with language-based learning disabilities, Dyslexia, memory, executive functioning, and processing difficulties in grades K-8. Speech/language and occupational therapies are embedded into daily learning.
Multi-district support for children enrolled in special education.
Ramona, CA 92065
Services for teens to adults with disabilities including e-readers, large print books, Braille books and a designated librarian.
Community School (grades K–8) and Community School of San Diego High School (ages 14–22) for students with ASD and other disabilities. Art, music, ABA, speech, OT, and vocational development are built into the curriculum based on the student’s needs.
Inclusion program integrating early education for typically developing children and children with or at risk for Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Provides educational therapy, special education advocacy, educational evaluations and Interactive Metronome, a therapeutic assessment and training program that can improve attention, concentration, motor planning and sequencing.
Serves students K-12 who have been unsuccessful in traditional classrooms, learn differently or have identified learning disabilities. Also offers a life skills program for students up to age 22.
Coordinates special education program development and placement for more than 11,000 students (birth through age 22) in the Coronado, Chula Vista, National City, San Ysidro, South Bay and Sweetwater School Districts.
Team of specialists offering assistive technology, speech pathology, occupational, physical and music therapy, mental health and behavioral services, and educational resources to create an individualized program to support children with varying needs.
Teachers, a speech and language pathologist, an OT and behavior specialist provide an integrated program for students 6-22 with Autism/ASD, ADD/ADHD, and other disabilities. Focus is on the college bound and preparing for adult life.
Helps children via educational coaching with Dyslexia, Auditory Processing Disorder, language-processing difficulties, ADHD, Executive Function Disorder, nonverbal learning disorders, and visual-spatial processing weaknesses with an individualized 1:1 approach.
Offers private reading and writing instruction, diagnosis of learning problems, educational consultation, tutoring and test prep, IEP help, study strategies and comprehensive testing and evaluation of reading/language/writing abilities for learners ages 4-adult.
Offers assessment, treatment and support for individuals with ASD and other disabilities in the form of art therapy, speech/language pathology, occupational therapy, educational supports, behavioral modification, RDI and yoga. Features the Sage Learning Center, a learning environment based on RDI principles. Summer camps and programs available.
Provides 1:1 and group cognitive enhancement therapies for those with learning disabilities, sensory processing disorder, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, brain injuries, stroke, DS and high functioning ASD.
Serves students (ages 5-22) with developmental disabilities (such as Autism), emotional disorders and behavioral concerns.