Clarkston Community Schools offers a full continuum of special education programs and services for students birth through age 26. Our Student Support Services department consists of a large team of professionals including special education teachers, speech-language pathologists, social workers, psychologists, occupational and physical therapists, and paraeducators. We value our on-going partnership with parents and collaborate closely to develop an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for students who are eligible for special education.
- Clarkston Community Schools Parent Advisory Committee (PAC)
- Early On® Oakland Community Resource Guide
ADULT TRANSITION REPRESENTATIVE
Download a comprehensive Community Resource Guide compiled by Early On Oakland.
Don't Worry, but Don't Wait
If that little voice inside your head is telling you that something “isn’t quite right” with your baby or toddler, don’t wait to reach out for help. The first years of a child’s life are too important to let slip by, waiting to see if your little one “outgrows” your concern; put your mind at ease, and give your child the help he or she may need.
Early On® Oakland coordinates services for families with children birth to three years who have a developmental delay or health condition. Your Service Coordinator will help you identify activities, programs and other supports to connect your child and family to what you need.
Call Early On® Oakland at: 248.209.2084 or 866.456.2084