Kansas State School for the Blind’s Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) programs provide consultative and technical assistance to families, administrators, and teachers of ECSE programs for children who have a visual impairment.
Pre-School Enrichment Program at KSSB
To provide enrichment opportunities for children ages 3 to 5 who are blind or visually impaired.
Emphasized Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) domains which are unique to students with a visual impairment. These include age-appropriate braille readiness, communication, orientation and mobility readiness, social skills, independent living skills, technology, sensory efficiency skills, self-determination, and much more!
To increase concepts and skills through intentional instruction and experienced-based learning in a safe, nurturing environment. Play-based therapies (SLP/OT/PT) are available.
- Children ages 3-5, who have a visual impairment
- Kansas and Missouri students accepted
- Monday, Wednesday, Friday
- Three hours each day – 8:45 am-11:45 am
- Starts August 16, 2021
- NO CHARGE FOR THE PROGRAM
- Transportation provided by parents
- 1:1 student supports are not available
If you would like more information or would like to participate in the KSSB pre-school program, contact the instructors listed above or Jon Harding at 913-305-3014.
Statewide Early Intervention
The Field Services Program has two dynamic TSVIs who specialize in family engagement, infant and toddler, and preschool services that serve students throughout the state of Kansas.