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Infographic on special needs education in Niamey, Niger at the assisted American International School of Niamey. In general, the school can support students whose learning support needs are MILD to MODERATE. The school is able and willing to accommodate students within the following categories: hearing impaired-yes physically and orthopedically impaired- no visually impaired-no autistic- yes specifically learning disabled-yes intellectually disabled- no behaviorally/emotionally disturbed- yes multiple disabilities- no other health impairment- yes speech or language impaired- no traumatic brain injury- no Special needs support services include: teacher accommodations- teacher accommodations learning support teacher- yes learning support teacher- yes co-teaching/team teaching in the classroom- yes academic support class secondary school- yes support special needs preschoolers-yes use of IEP and ILP-yes The school has a self-contained classroom for ELEMENTARY, Middle School, High school Maximum hours per week per student for push in 5 for pull out 10. Special needs support staff in the school include: Nurse-1 Psychologist-0 Social Worker-0 Special Needs Coordinator-1 Learning Support Teacher-3 Guidance Counselor-0 Services are available in English at post for the following: psychoeducational assessment- yes speech therapy-yes occupational therapy- yes physical therapy-yes behavior and/or autism specialist (ABA/Behavior Plan/Interventions)-yes social skills group/social skills training-yes US credentialed reading specialist- no reading remediation-yes reading programs for Dyslexia (Ortho Gillingham etc.)-yes math specialist-no The school can provide the following: 1:1 classroom aide- no special transportation- no transportation paraprofessional- no

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