Harbor School Articles Archives - Page 7 of 8 - Harbor School

Harbor School Articles

Harbor Student Responds to Positive Behavior Support

When Tyler began at Harbor, things did not always run smoothly for him. His behavior served a function that often needed much attention. He was a physically aggressive student and the talking point of many behavioral meetings. The staff’s highest hope was that his day would go smoothly. Now, he runs errands, visits classrooms and participates […]

Continue reading

Getting Social and Special Needs Education

Our network of special education schools prepares students for workplace success by introducing soft skills at an early age. Often referred to as “skills to pay the bills”, soft skills are everyday interpersonal skills that job seekers need to succeed on the job. These include enthusiasm and attitude, teamwork, networking, problem solving and critical thinking, […]

Continue reading

Beach Volleyball with Harbor School and Colts Neck High School – An Amazing Social Event

Dancing Breaks Out at Beach Ball Volleyball Game Between Harbor School and Colts Neck High School Students All three RKS Associates state-approved special education schools, including Harbor School in Eatontown, provide education, therapeutic and behavioral support for children with multiple disabilities, cognitive impairments, autistic spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, behavioral disorders and other […]

Continue reading

Part 2 of Making Connections with Music Therapy – Featuring Amanda Latham Board Certified Music Therapist

“Everybody deserves music therapy!”“Music is something that connects all people.”“It allows you to relax and reduce anxiety.”  All of these are statements made throughout our interview with music therapist Amanda Latham. Whether you are a musician or simply a lover of music, how could you argue? One very important subject to come out of the […]

Continue reading

Making Connections with Music Therapy

According to the American Music Therapy Association, music therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program. Music therapy is an established health profession which is used to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social […]

Continue reading