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Assistance League School

1310 Fremont Way
Oxnard, CA 93030

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The school provides activities for the development of language skills, cognitive growth, fine and gross motor skills and adaptive behavior to pre-school children with learning delays.

Located in Oxnard, California, Assistance League School is a special education site, providing a high quality educational experience for special needs children in the kindergarten and preschool years. The program is specifically designed to serve children whose primary area of concern is the lack of age appropriate communication skills. The school promotes growth and development through a therapeutic multi-disciplinary approach. Three main centers, staffed by Special Education teachers, Speech/Language Pathologists and support staff, offer a diverse and intensive learning experience designed to meet the individual needs of each child.

Established in 1960 to provide educational services to an unserved population of children with special needs, the school has been certified since 1981 by the Non-Public Schools Division of the California State Department of Education. Owned and operated by Assistance League of Ventura County, students are referred by four local school districts. Typically, the school serves approximately 50 students from throughout Ventura County.

Assistance League School is most grateful for donations from Fred C. Ferro Charitable Trust, Ellen Orthwine Reeds Family Trust, Swift Memorial Health Care Foundation and the National Charity League.

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Assistance League School Press Release

Announcing a very special graduation for special needs students at Assistance League School in Oxnard

This is an exciting time of the year for families and students at Assistance League School. Cameras and smart phones will be busy snapping pictures of the graduation celebration. Teachers will praise students for their hard work and academic accomplishments on June 9th. These five to six year olds have been working hard to improve their speech and language skills, fine motor skills, academic readiness skills and social and emotional skills. Some have attended the school since they were three years old. They have been challenged with their special educational needs to succeed in the academic world. With the guidance of the highly educated school staff, these students have learned strategies to help overcome their special needs. A grateful parent of one of these students said it best. “The tremendous progress my child has made is due to the rigorous academic and occupational therapy schedule at the Assistance League School with speech therapy as the core component of their curriculum. My child has made this growth due to the diligence, professionalism and consistency of the teachers at the school. My child’s confidence has skyrocketed and is now the most talkative member of our family!” This is truly a reason for everyone to celebrate with all the graduates at Assistance League School.

Assistance League School is a California state certified nonprofit school for three to six year old children with special needs. The school originated in 1959 by concerned families of special needs children. Today the school works with students referred from four school districts; Hueneme, Ocean View, Oxnard and Rio. The school utilizes the California state curriculum to develop an individualized education plan for each student. The school staff uses each child’s individual education plan to facilitate self esteem, fine motor skills, cognitive learning, speech and language acquisition and sensory motor perception in a small, supportive environment. This Early Intervention Program for special needs students has maximized the growth for hundreds of preschool and kindergarten students. This learning experience has created an educational foundation for their future years in the academic world. Congratulations to the students and school staff for another successful year of learning.

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