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Intellectual Disabilities Education Program
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We offer programs to help students with learning disabilities enhance their education and life skills. One program allows students to experience classes in a college setting and eventually transition to the workforce in jobs of their own choosing. Another program uses computers and other manipulative materials to reinforce and extend basic skills, such as reading and math and other life skills. We can help you decide which program may be most useful, depending on the situation.

Call today for more information.

Tessa Parnell
(252) 335-0821 x 2302
Elizabeth City Campus Office: C104

We look forward to working with you!

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