Additional Services

School Psychologists

Wayne-Westland Community Schools provides school psychology for general and special education eligible students. School Psychologists conduct assessments and interventions as needed to enable students to progress in the general curriculum. Psychologists generally assess ability and achievement.

Contacts

Initial questions or concerns should be addressed to your child's school psychologist (contact your child's school office). Should additional information be needed, the supervisor of your child's program may also be contacted.

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School Social Work

Wayne-Westland Community Schools provides school social work for general and special education eligible students.

Contacts

Initial questions or concerns should be addressed to your child's school social worker (contact your child's school office). Should additional information be needed, the supervisor of your child's program may also be contacted.

Speech and Language

Wayne-Westland Community Schools provides speech and language intervention services and programs for special education eligible students. Language and/or articulation assessments are conducted as needed to enable students with impairments to progress in the general curriculum or to communicate.

Contacts

Initial questions or concerns should be addressed to your child's case manager. Should additional information be needed, the supervisor of the speech department may also be contacted.

Occupational Therapy

Wayne-Westland Community Schools provides occupational therapy services to special education eligible students. Occupational therapy requires a physician's referral and script setting the parameters for intervention needed to enable the student to participate in their educational program. In general, an occupational therapist provides interventions to address fine motor needs related to handwriting and/or eating.

Contacts

Initial questions or concerns should be addressed to your child's case manager. Should additional information be needed, the supervisor of Occupational Therapy services may also be contacted.

Director of Occupational Therapy Services
Dyanne Hildebrandt
Phone: (734) 419-2068
E-mail: HildebrantD@wwcsd.net
Voice Mail: (734) 419-2198 mailbox 2065#

Physical Therapy

Wayne-Westland Community Schools provides physical therapy services to special education eligible students. Physical therapy requires a physician's referral and script setting the parameters for intervention needed to enable the student to participate in their educational program. In general, a physical therapist provides interventions to address gross motor needs related to walking and/or sitting.

Contacts

Initial questions or concerns should be addressed to your child's case manager. Should additional information be needed, the supervisor of Physical Therapy services may also be contacted.

Director of Physical Therapy Services
Dyanne Hildebrandt
Phone: (734) 419-2068
E-mail: HildebrantD@wwcsd.net
Voice Mail: (734) 419-2198 mailbox 2065#

Homebound

Wayne-Westland Community Schools provides homebound services to both general and special education eligible students. A physician's referral which documents the medical/physical reason that the student cannot physically attend school is needed to initiate and maintain homebound services. Under rare circumstances, a special education eligible student may have a written individualized educational plan (IEP) which places the student on a home-study program. Service for a general education student is typically two 45-minute sessions per week, for a special education eligible student two non-consecutive hours per week.

Contacts

Khawla Taamneh - Secretary
Phone: (734) 419-2071
FAX: (734) 595-2081
E-mail: TaamnehK@wwcsd.net
Voice Mail: (734) 419-2198 mailbox 2071#

Assistive Technology

Wayne-Westland Community Schools provides a variety of assistive technology services and devices for general and special education eligible students. Assistive technology assessments are conducted as needed to enable students with impairments to progress in the general curriculum or to communicate orally or in written form.

Contacts

Initial questions or concerns should be addressed to your child's case manager. Should additional information be needed, the supervisor of your child's program may also be contacted.

Director of Preschool Special Education Programs
Nancy Ely
Phone: (734) 419-2630
FAX: (734) 595-2573
E-mail: ElyN@wwcsd.net
Voice Mail (734) 419-2198 mailbox 2648#

Director of Elementary School Special Education Programs
Kathleen Said
Phone: (734) 419-2070
FAX: (734) 595-2081
E-mail: SaidK@wwcsd.net
Voice Mail: (734) 419-2198 mailbox 2073#

Director of Secondary Special Education Programs
Dyanne Hildebrandt
Phone: (734) 419-2068
E-mail: HildebrantD@wwcsd.net
Voice Mail: (734) 419-2198 mailbox 2065#

Transition

Wayne-Westland Community Schools provides transition services to special education eligible students. All special education eligible students 14 years of age or older, will have a written transition plan attached to their individualized educational plan (IEP). School staff will assist both the student and her/his parents in completing surveys and interviews, setting goals, developing and implementing the educational and transition plans necessary to meet the life goals established by or on behalf of the student.

Contacts

Initial questions or concerns should be addressed to your child's case manager. Should additional information be needed, the supervisor of your child's program may also be contacted.

Director of Secondary Special Education Programs
Dyanne Hildebrandt
Phone: (734) 419-2068
E-mail: HildebrantD@wwcsd.net
Voice Mail: (734) 419-2198 mail box 2065#

Contacts

Name
Building
Position
Phone
Stacie Sward
Board Office
Director of Compliance & Professional Development
734-419-2074
Name
Building
Position
Phone
Khawla Taamneh
Board Office
Secretary - Adm Dir of Compliance
734-419-2071