Dutchess Country BOCES (Aired on AM on Dec. 6 & on FM on Dec. 8)

Dutchess County BOCES

Dutchess County BOCES

Norah Merritt (Executive Director of Educational Programs), Barbara Cesario (Coordinator of Related Services), and Leah Pollack (Administrator of the PEACCE program) about the scope of BOCES and its special services. BOCES supplies “solutions, services, and savings” for K-12 students and beyond through three main centers in Poughkeepsie as well as itinerant teachers who work as visitors in all of the County’s school districts. Although many local residents think primarily of BOCES Career and Technical Institute or the Adult Learning Institute, this program focuses mainly on programs for the deaf and hearing impaired and for the autism spectrum disorder, especially the PEACCE (Providing an Education for Autistic and Communication-Impaired Children Effectively) program.

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Dutchess County BOCES
Deaf and Hearing Impaired Education
Autism Spectrum Disorder

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December 6, 2013 · Posted in Children, Developmentally Disabled, Dutchess County, Education, Health, Youth  

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