Support Services Include:
•    Management of Leisure time  -  working with the student to develop skills that enable the child to entertain him or                                                                 herself appropriately without adult supervision.
•     Socialization Training  -  working with the family to help the child develop appropriate skills and behavior in public.
•    Individual Support  -  preparing the child to be healthy and productive by developing self-seteem.
•    Family Support  -  working with the family to develop a functional family unit.
•    Family Dynamics Training  -  providing training for the family to determine family values, goals and expectations (more                                                             intensive than family support).
•    Generalization Training  -  training the child and family to use a behavior management plan outside the structured,                                                        educational environment. This training may include modeling parenting skills.
•    Peer Support Group  -  working with a group of students to develop appropriate interaction skills.
•    Respite Care  -  providing relief to parents and family with intermittent, short-term care (e.g., weekends, during school                                    holidays, etc.) see respite services for more information.