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Our Educational Programs
Our exclusive curricula, combined with our own digital lesson planning tool, enable teachers to create personalized learning experiences, appropriate to every age group.
The curriculum materials selected for students of AMA are designed to help meet state common core standards and address the different learning styles of our students. The materials selected vary from computer programs to textbooks of the four core curriculum subjects. The curriculum materials are structured with learning management systems, digital interactive components, and assessments. The assignments for students can be customized for all core areas. The assessment components are also aligned to local, state and national assessments.
- Reading A-Z
- Study Island
- Moby Max
AMA has professional therapists to support and improve students’ academic, mental health and wellness of all students. The therapeutic services are designed to help increase attendance, build coping character skills, and promote academic achievement and to expand student’s horizon on life.
- Group Circle Therapy Session
- Individual Session
- Counseling Session
- ABA Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Contingency Behavior Motivation Program
- Art Therapy
- Music Therapy
Assessment and Evaluation
AMA partner with the surrounding districts to collect data of student’s prior tests and upon entering the program reevaluations are given to assess student’s academic and behavioral abilities.
- Functional Behavioral Assessment-FBA is given to all students upon enter the academy
- School-wide Assessment- NWEA
School districts will contact AMA for a scheduled school tour of the facility. AMA school administrator will schedule a time for the parent and school administrator to visit. A conference will be held at the end of the visit to answer all questions. After the decision is made for AMA to offer services to the student a full application will be given for completion and start date will be given.
Speech and /Language Impairment Program
Designed for students with the following:
- Articulation disorders such as omissions, substitutions and distortions.
- Fluency disorders may include hesitations, repetitions, or prolongations of sounds and syllables, word or phases.
- Voice disorders may include the quality or use of one’s voice; possible abnormal production and/ or absence of voice quality, pitch, loudness, resonance, and/or duration.
Designed for students who have neurodevelopment disorder that causes difficulties with social interaction and communication with restricted and repetitive behavior.
Disability Programs K-8
The Learning Disability Program is designed to address the academic needs of the student who is performing significantly below grade level. Through the collection of data, an individualized learning plan is developed; in addition, the program utilizes a sequential and multisensory approach designed around student learning needs.
Developmental Delayed Program
The Developmental Delayed Program is for students who are delayed in one or more of the following domains which interferes in the learning process:
- Physical development (fine and gross motor skills)
- Cognitive development (intellectual abilities)
- Communication (speech and language)
- Social or emotional development (social-emotional skills emotional control)
- Adaptive development (self-care skills)
Emotional/Behavioral Disability is a program designed to provide students with a format for learning the social skills of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills and decision-making. The program drives and empowers students to seek healthy and positive relationships with their family, friends, and their community. As a result, students will become a positive contributor to society.
The Intellectual Disability program is designed for students with limitations in mental functioning and in skills such as communication, social skills, and taking care of themselves. The student may be cognitively delayed and learn slower.