Helping Districts Fulfill Special Education Needs in Local Schools
A Teacher of the Deaf, who is also an interpreter, works with a Deaf student in his classroom to learn his curriculum.
County special services districts provide cost-effective services and programs to students with disabilities who are educated in their local schools. These partnerships range from a specific service for a few students to a specialized program hosted in a local school.

County Special Services School Districts

Shared Services

  • Child Study Team
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech/Language Therapy
  • Assistive Technology
  • Special Education and General Transportation
  • Services for Deaf/Hard of Hearing
  • Augmentative Communication
  • Transition Services/Job Coaching
  • Vocational/Life Skills Training
  • Structured Learning Experience (SLE)
  • Substance Abuse Coordinator
  • Special Child Health Services
  • Autism Consultation
  • Inclusion Services
  • Center for Family Guidance
  • Chapter 192/193
  • Other Nonpublic School Services
  • Home Instruction
  • Staff Development – Non-Special
  • Substance Awareness Coordinator Services
  • Juvenile Detention Programs
  • Technology Services
  • Grant Writing

Burlington County Special Services School District is a valuable solution and partner to many districts who are in need of customized programs or itinerant services for special education students–preschool through age 21, on campus or off campus–that otherwise could not be offered in the home district at the same price, quality, or effectiveness.

Dr. Christopher Nagy

Superintendent of Schools, Burlington County Special Services School District and Burlington County Institute of Technology