Broach Schools offer tested and proven programs to help students with these common learning disabilities achieve their highest potential
Our programs at the Broach Tampa school in Tampa, Florida are dedicated spectrum classrooms serving students with special needs on a traditional campus.
Our students have developmental disabilities, such as autism, Down's Syndrome, and PDD. Some have physical and/or mental disabilities, and may be wheelchair bound. Still others have emotional disturbances, challenging behavior, or learning differences such as ADHD.
At Broach-Tampa you will find:
Individualized plans - We consider, combine, and coordinate our programs and services based on each child’s own abilities, interests, and goals.
Positive teaching methodologies - Safe, positive, and respectful methodologies teach students self-control and appropriate alternative behaviors, and improve their ability to learn and communicate.
- We set measurable goals for language development, social skills, academic progress, and daily living skills. And we closely monitor and document every outcome.
We rely on proven strategies, and our highly credentialed staff members are engaged in on-going training and research into emerging practices.
We work closely with speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, other specialists, as well as with the child's family and home school.
Positive learning environments
Our classes are small and highly structured, with intensive staff-to-student ratios. Our multi-disciplinary staff is encouraging, optimistic, and committed to helping every child succeed.