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Special Education

The Ann Arbor Public Schools provide services to students with disabilities, including regular class placements with special assistance. Full-day programs in specialized classrooms for students with less common disabilities-such as moderate to severe cognitive impairments as well as emotional, visual, and hearing impairments-are offered at select schools. Those with special needs are served from birth through age 26. (Help with vision and hearing impairments is provided for all ages.)

Early On Program (Washtenaw Intermediate School District), 1819 S. Wagner. (734) 994-8100, ext. 1272. Services for children from birth-3 years who have a developmental delay or diagnosed disability. Free developmental assessment. 1800earlyon.org

Just Us Club, High Point School, 1735 S. Wagner. (734) 994-8111, ext. 1699. Licensed program organized by parents provides year-round after-school care and activities for children with special needs, ages 2-26. $7/hour & up, depending on level of care. msjston@aol.com, justusclub.org

Washtenaw Intermediate School District (WISD), 1819 S. Wagner. (734) 994-8100. Operates special education programs for children ages birth-26 at various locations including High Point School (1735 S. Wagner, 734-994-8100, 34, B6), which serves county residents with severe disabilities ages birth-26. washtenawisd.org



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