Autism Services for ages 3 through adulthood including day school, transition education, therapeutic residential treatment, and vocational training.
Monarch School is a chartered, non-public day school for students ages 5 to 21 with Autism. Licensed by The State Board of Education of Ohio, Monarch School provides one-on-one and small group instruction by a team including speech/language pathologists, occupational therapists, behavior specialists, intervention specialists, music therapist, art therapist, recreational therapist and associate teachers.
Monarch Preschool is an intensive therapeutic intervention program for children ages 3 to 6 with a suspected or confirmed Autism diagnosis. We provide individualized instruction in a supportive environment that fosters meaningful communication and primary school readiness. The program runs five days a week, 11 months a year. Students may attend full day or half-day (morning or afternoon).
Students who attend Monarch School are able to participate in one or a combination of three unique programs starting at age 14. The high school focuses on academics, while daily living and communication/behavior skills are the highlights of the upper school. Our Transition Education Program (MTEP) prepares students for success after graduation in areas of employability, independent living and community inclusion. The curriculum incorporates vocational training, community-based instruction, experiential learning, fine arts, therapy, and transition planning.
MTEP helps promote independence in critical life skills including executive functioning, self-determination, health and safety, social competency, consumer awareness, recreation, and independent living.
Students work with speech and occupational therapists, and behavior specialists in simulated and real-world settings to learn, practice and generalize skills.
Monarch Boarding Academy is a co-ed therapeutic residential treatment program for individuals with autism ages 8 through 20. The program focuses on developing communication and life skills so residents can learn how to function better, allowing them to reunite with their family or step down to a less restrictive setting.
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