Learning – Individual Needs, Knowledge and Skills (LINKS)

LINKS (Learning - Individual Needs, Knowledge and Skills) Program 

The LINKS program is a system special education program designed to meet the needs of students with mild to severe cognitive disabilities and/or physical/medical disabilities who require supervision and assistance in personal care, motor skills, social interaction, communication, leisure, recreation, and other aspects of daily living. The focus of the program is to meet the individual developmental needs of students and to allow them to achieve to their maximum potential for functional living. Instruction is guided by an Individualized Program Plan (IPP) and builds on individual strengths and needs. 

Please note that System Program placements are determined through a criteria-based process through our EIPS Central Office. For more information on this placement process, please contact Supports for Students (780-417-8270).