Program Design

In-School Programs (ISPs) provide schools a great deal of flexibility in creating the specific structure of their academic intervention programs. School administrators have the option of designing a program to address articulation and decoding, fluency, comprehension, or a combination of these weaknesses. Treatment can be structured so that students meet in one-on-one sessions, or in groups. Administrators also have the freedom to determine how frequently their students will meet with the reading therapist. If you would like more information about how your school can design an intervention program, give us a call and an Acelin representative will work with you to help determine how to best meet the needs of your students.