Assistive Technology     

What is Assistive Technology?
Using assistive technology with children may help them to develop and use their skills to the best of their potential. | Full Story 



Nebraska ASD Network Services - Metro Region | Full Story 

Birth to Three Services     

What is Birth to Three services? | Full Story 

Brook Valley School North     

"An environment where students begin to improve individual strengths while growing in self discipline, academic skills and social apptitude." | Full Story 

Brook Valley School South     

Brook Valley School South is currently serving children grades K-12. | Full Story 

Physical and Occupational Therapists     

Physical and Occupational Therapists are licensed health professionals who evaluate and support students with physical disabilities, including, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injuries, closed head injuries, specific learning disabilities, developmental delays, sensory motor dysfunction, amputations, and other congenital, neurological and orthopedic diagnoses, and autism spectrum disorders. | Full Story 


What is RTI?
To learn more about RTI click here | Full Story 


School Age Speech Pathologists     

Most Common Speech Disorders: | Full Story 

Services Coordination     

What is Early Development Network Services Coordination? | Full Story 

The School Psychologist     

The school psychologist consults with parents and teachers,assesses the skills of children who have been referred, advocates for children, and assists in preventing problems of children. | Full Story 

Visually Impaired Education     

The teacher of children with visual impairment and blindness (TVI) provides comprehensive services. | Full Story