Ewing School offers six half-
Typical Partners are an important part of Ewing ‘s Preschool Program. The integration of children with and without delays allows each of them to learn from the other in a structured preschool environment. The preschoolers without delays are selected following spring and fall screenings and pay tuition to attend.
Ewing School’s Program for students with multiple disabilities ages 6 to 22 years offers specialized instruction to assist students to acquire new skills in self-reliance and community involvement. They are provided with a positive, nurturing environment which meets their educational and physical or medical needs. The students in the school age classrooms also have scheduled swim times in Ewing ’s warm water pool.
Teachers in the school age classrooms are certified by the State of Ohio to teach students with multiple disabilities and severe autism. Students may also receive a variety of therapies according to their needs. The students are afforded community training and cultural opportunities.
The Washington County Access to Vocational Enrichment Program (Project WAVE) has a classroom located at Selby Hospital. Project WAVE is a program serving youth with disabilities ages 18-21 by providing structured educational, pre-vocational, and work experiences to assist in them in reaching their long term goals of community employment and independent living.