Our Learning for Life Program at Keystone is an educational program that supports students between the age of 18-22 with a wide range of needs to learn the functional skills to prepare them to handle the complexities of everyday life.
Our Individualized Curriculum Across Needs (ICAN) Program at Keystone provides services for students between the age of 3-18 with a wide range of needs who require highly individualized services involving systematic and behavioral approaches to learning new skills. We acknowledge that a child’s disability should not define their overall abilities and the ICAN program will support those untapped skills. Within our program we will solidify your child’s abilities by providing a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to learning.
Our PREP Program at Keystone supports students between the age of 15-22 with a wide range of needs that require advanced academic rigor beyond the fundamentals, but below where their neurotypical peers may be performing.
Keystone Educational Academy is an educational program that supports students between grades of 7-12, who present with significant social, emotional, and learning disabilities. These disabilities affect overall ability for academic success or ability to participate within the educational community available within their home districts.