K12 Services are provided by credentialed or licensed specialist. With such a wide selection of supportive staff, we are able to help everyone in the nearby community, making it easier for them to receive the education they deserve.

K12 Special Education Services (K12 SES) is certified by the California Department of Education as a Non Public Agency (NPA). 

What is an NPA?

- As a NPA, K12 SES can offer schools and families the related special education services a student may need based on their individualized educational plans (IEPs). 

K12 SES is approved to provide up to ten students (K-12) with the following services:

NPA Services

Behavior Intervention and Design

Behavior interventions can meet struggling students needs and can prevent challenging behaviors and help teach children to use communication through positive behaviors in response to challenges. Succesful behavior intervention plans can constructively minimize obstructive behaviors and ensure a healthy educational environment that enhances learning and can improve family interactions.

Behavior Intervention  (1:1 Services)

The goal of a tailored one on one  behavioral intervention is to address and prevent negative behaviors, not to punish the child but to focus on positive reinfiorcement. The BID services include but are not limited to, creating a Behavioral Intervention Plan (BIP). The BIP is implemented when a student exhibits a serious behavior that significantly interferes with the implementation of the goals and objectives of the individual. The hope is to put the student back on track to a brighter and successful future.

Vocational Education Design

Vocational Education Design (SDVECD) prepares learners for jobs that are based in manual or practical activities that are related to a specific trade, occupation or vocation. The SDVECD services may include but are not limited to, prevocational programs, coordinating or modifying the vocational education program, and assisting individuals in developing their attitudes, self-confidence, and vocational competencies so that they may locate, secure, and retain employment in the community.

Parent Counseling and Training

Parent Counseling and Training (PCT) is a service that provides the tools, knowledge, guidance, and support for parents in assistance with their childrens treatment. PCT services include, but are not limited to, assisting parents in understanding the special needs of their child, and providing parents with information about child development. This can improve the childs success in their treatment.