RISE Institute utilizes the Re-Educational Treatment Model to support students’ educational and social success by taking into account various aspects of their developmental needs. Rise Institute offers students a small, protective setting where they can focus on academics and receive personal attention.
Psycho-educational non-public school services are provided by an experienced, licensed and diverse group of professionals. Bilingual (Spanish-English) support services are provided.
ON-SITE SUPPORTIVE SERVICES
On-site supportive services are provided including therapeutic, community life skills, work-study job training, organized extracurricular clubs, student government and community activities.
Therapeutic services include school based psychiatric services, one-on-one therapy, family therapy, crisis counseling, grief counseling, speech therapy and young men and women’s groups.
Curriculum is designed with IEP goals, state standards and appropriate accommodations and modifications in mind.
Classes are self-contained and populated using grade level, social function, and age considerations.
Students are provided Curb-to Curb transportation.
All classes have access to adaptive technologies, audio-visual equipment and computers.
Students have access to one-on-one educational support during the day or extended day as needed.
SKILLS & FUNCTIONAL SKILLS TRAINING
Students participate in life skills and functional skills training both on-site and in the community to support access and knowledge of government agencies, social service agencies and commercial organizations.
All students participate in the Summer Enrichment Program.
POST-GRADUATION TRANSITION SUPPORT
Active support for students in their pursuit of transitional goals by providing interview shadowing at job sites, colleges and training programs. RISE interfaces with several community support agencies to maintain school success, transition to work/college and ongoing life skills support after graduation.