It is our mission to help all students maximize their communication skills to support learning through Response to Intervention (RTI), Evidence-Based Practice (EBP), Differentiated Instruction, various service delivery models and creative instructional strategies. Communication skills that may be addressed include receptive language, expressive language, articulation and phonology (phonemic awareness), language processing and listening skills, fluency and voice.
Advances in the development and use of assistive Technology have allowed students with disabilities equal access to curriculum, improved student achievement, and improved quality of life. Pioneer Central Schools recognizes that the use of assistive technology “levels the playing field” and promotes independence both in and out of the classroom.
Assistive technology is available in most institutions of higher learning and can be used to increase employability after school. Thus, Pioneer recognizes that the use of assistive technology promotes lifelong independence and prepares students with disabilities for the world outside of school.
Pioneer offers a variety of software, hardware, and training options for student with varying needs.
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