Rowland Unified School District

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Designated Instructional Services (DIS)

Designated Instructional Services (DIS)
 
Instruction and services shall be available when necessary for the student to benefit educationally from his/her educational program.  Program services may be provided to individually or in small groups in a specialize area of educational need throughout the continuum of educational settings. Students may receive DIS services only, or DIS in addition to one of the other placement options based on needs. These services, which are provided by appropriately trained professionals may include, but are not limited to, the following:
 
Language and Speech and Development and Remediation
Services include referral and assessment for individual suspected of having a disorder of language, speech,or hearing.  Additional services include speech and language therapy and monitoring of student's progress of the student's IEP goals and objectives.
 
Adapted Physical Education (APE)
Designed for students with exceptional needs who require developmental or corrective instruction and who are precluded from participating in general physical education.
 
Visually Impaired & Orientation/Mobility (VI/OM)
Services are provided to students who are visually impaired and for individuals neededing orientation and mobility instruction. Services may include: braille, enlarge print, adapting curriucula, methods, media, and the environment to facilitate the learning process, consultation to students, parents, teachers and other personnel as necessary to maximize the student's experience in the education setting.
 
Occupational and Physical Therapy (OT/PT)
Services are provided based upon the recommendation of the IEP Team.
 
Deaf and Hard of Hearing/Audiological Services
Services are provided to students with Deaf and Hard of Hearing needs. Services may include: auditory training, instruction in oral, sign/written language development, adapting curricula, methods, media, and the environment to facilitate the learning process, consultation to students, parents, teachers and other personnel as necessary to maximize the student's experience in the education setting.
 
Psychological Counseling
Services may be provided to students who require additional counseling and guidance services to supplement the students program as detemine necessary by the IEP team to implement the IEP.