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SECAC Presentation

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Louis Guertin

on 25 February 2013

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Guiding Principle High Road Schools In Cecil County High Roads' History in Cecil County and its Guiding Principle The High Road Model Tips for dealing with behaviors in the home Making High Road
Principles Universal High Road Physical Interventions: TACT-II Learning How to Incorporate Proven Therapeutic Interventions with The High Road Schools of Cecil County Over the last 9 years High Road's model has helped many students with various disabilities in our county improve their classroom behaviors, implement coping skills, strengthen their academics, and often return to their public school.

Since our initial Elkton opening in 2004, we have grown and added a Perryville location and the Cecil Alternative Program.

At High Road, the use of positive reinforcement is at the center of our model. The students are evaluated daily through the use of a point sheet. The completion of numerous behavioral objectives dictates the students' behavioral level and thus impacts students' rewards. Our Model's Basics Double Arm Bar Since SESI opened the doors of our very first school, our guiding principle has stayed intact:

"Building confidence and competence through personalized academic and behavioral interventions".

Under this principle we personalize our interventions, both academic and behavioral because we don’t believe in a “one size fits all” approach to educating children with special needs. Rather, flexibility is the crucial component of our educational model,behavioral model and therapeutic model, in that it allows us to customize our strategies to target identified deficits and access each student’s utmost potential. Basics of the High Road Model with Suggestions for the Home Setting 1. Recognize the difference between
deliberate and emotional behaviors.
2. Avoid engaging.
3. Once a consequence is issued,
never negotiate. 4. Be consistent.
5. Limit unstructured time.
6.Make sure consequences are
appropriate. Seated Cradle Hold Seated Double Arm Bar
with Leg Assist 10. Don't make it about you. "mommy is not in the mood...."
11. Provide choices.
12. Process situations (create learning opportunities).
7.Present a united front (Never let child
split parents).
8.Keep a calm demeanor.
9.Balance empathy with accountability.
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