In the school setting, occupational therapy is a holistic health profession that aims to promote participation and independence in students, by enabling them to engage in meaningful and purposeful occupations in their school environment.

Occupational therapy interventions focus on adapting the environment, modifying  tasks, teaching skills, and educating the student and staff in order to increase participation and performance in daily activities.

There are no articles in this category. If subcategories display on this page, they may have articles.

ANW Education Co-op #603
Central Office

710 Bridge Street
PO Box 207
Humboldt, KS 66748

Phone: 620-473-2257
or 1-800-573-2257
Fax: 620-473-2159
Hours: 8am-4pm Central

 


LETRS

Training Info - Dates

 

request assistance


Sheila Coronado - Interim Director, Fairfield Alt. Program Coordinator, Title IX Director 

Harry Heppler - Coordinator, Transportation Supervisor, Para Supervisor

Lynette Brungardt - Early Childhood Coordinator / School Psychologist

  • All Preschools
  • USD 257 McKinley
  • School Psychologist Coordinator
  • Speech & Language Pathologist Coordinator

Anne Brewer - Curriculum Coordinator / School Psychologist

Korenne Wolken - Coordinator

Go to top