Special education program (SEP)
Mount Morgan Central State School’s special education program provides a range of services to support students with disabilities, their teachers and their families under the educational adjustment program (EAP). Support is provided to students verified with vision impairment, hearing impairment, speech language impairment, intellectual impairment and autistic spectrum disorder.
The special education program provides students with an adjusted curriculum required to help students to develop the understanding and skills needed to be happy, independent and productive members of the community.
Students with complex case management requirements may also access services provided by the department of education, training and employment's (DETE) team of support personnel including advisory visiting teachers, the guidance officer, occupational therapist, physiotherapist, speech language pathologist and the behaviour management team.