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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 / Early Intervention (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. 1600. Licensed program organized by parents provides year-round after-school care and activities for children/adults with special needs, ages 3-26. $8/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, 33, B6), which serves county residents with severe disabilities ages birth-26. washtenawisd.org



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