Help is Here for Dyslexia
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School's Address : 345 Oak St, Lakewood, NJ

Contact Number : 1 732 363-2400

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Since it’s founding in 1995, The School for Children with Hidden Intelligence (SCHI) has grown to become a world-renowned, cutting-edge therapeutic and educational center meeting the unique needs of over 600 severely-developmentally delayed, medically fragile, and socially-emotionally challenged children & young adults ranging in age from birth to 21+.

As a state-approved organization, specifically educating multiply handicapped & underprivileged children & adults from throughout the Tristate region & beyond, SCHI’s aim is to try and alleviate the suffering of the most vulnerable members of the community.

SCHI provides educational and therapeutic services by certified professional staff to children with disabilities as varied as autism, Down syndrome, ADHD, muscular dystrophy, Spina bifida, and cerebral palsy, among others. SCHI places great emphasis on maintaining a high teacher to pupil ratio (minimum of 1:2) along with individualized educational programs, designed to fit each student’s specific needs.

SCHI’s unique curriculum gives special children the opportunity to benefit from a wide range of subjects including vocational training & financial literacy, art, music, computers, as well as math, language arts and science courses. Regular classroom faculty are augmented and complemented by specialists in various occupations: physical, occupational and speech therapy, behavior modification and social work. Included in SCHI’s additional services are: early intervention, adult programs, and group home services. Our main goal is to provide every student with a chance to excel.

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  • The School
  • Academic Strength
  • Extra curricular activities
  • Acceptance of Pupils
  • Specialist Help for Speech and language based learning differences/Dyslexic Pupils
  • Well developed testing center
  • Knowledge and receptibility of accommodations

Reviews (1)

  • My son was admitted to SCHI at the age of two and he is now two and a half. In just 6 short months his behavior, speech and skills have improved tremendously. My son really enjoys the school and when its time to go he never wants to leave. Its the most comforting feeling as a parent to know your child is well taken care of.

    Paulo Flintoff

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