Eyas Landing Is Here to Help

Learn how Eyas Landing can support your school, teachers, and students.

Academic Supports

Eyas Landing’s licensed educators and therapists provide instruction, intervention, and consultation services on-site at your school — or virtually — to support a wide range of education needs.

Education Services

  • Progress Monitoring and RTI Intervention (Includes on-site progress monitoring assessment, instruction, consultation hours and meetings with school staff)
  • Education Consultation with Teachers
  • Education Consultation with RTI Interventionist

Professional Development Courses For Educational Staff

  • Our Education Program Overview
  • Sensory vs Behavior in the Classroom
  • Classroom Behavior Management Techniques
  • Social Emotional Learning
  • Language and Speech in the Classroom
  • Development Red Flags in Elementary School Settings
  • Having Difficult Conversations with Families

Occupational Therapy

Below are the areas that occupational therapists address in the school setting:

Handwriting, including legibility, speed, and forming ideas to then write on paper.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: messy handwriting, including too big, out of the lines, letter reversals, letters are smushed together or overlapping; difficulty copying from the board or from another piece of paper; difficulty coming up with ideas or avoiding writing longer passages; ideas that the student writes are very simple compared to their ideas compared to same aged peers; avoids writing assignments.

Executive functioning skills, including organizing materials and the environment and completing multi-step sequences

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: school supplies are scattered; student often cannot find their work to turn it in; student needs support for following multiple verbal steps that are given to the class, where they can do the one step but can’t remember the rest.

Sensory processing differences, such as attending to tasks and maintaining a calm and alert state throughout the school day.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: Student becomes off-track often compared to peers; student can’t stay still to participate in school activities; student has difficulty staying upright at their desk or while seated on the floor (I.e. lays on desk or floor often).

Social skills and social-emotional skills.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: students who need support for having conversations with peers; students who have difficulty making and keeping friends; students who are not yet understanding their emotions and are having challenging behaviors (I.e. aggression toward others, running away, yelling).

Speech-Language Pathology

Below are some areas speech therapists address in the school setting:

Language and literacy difficulties, including slow development of vocabulary, grammar, or concepts.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: they have difficulty understanding what they hear; not following directions or answering questions well; difficulty telling others their thoughts; not saying the correct words or saying only short sentences; difficulty with reading.

Speech sounds.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: trouble saying sounds; not speaking clearly or hard to understand.

Social communication.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: difficulty talking to other children; difficulty making friends; difficulty understanding what others think or how they feel.

Cognitive communication.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: difficulty with thinking skills, including remembering, solving problems, and using their imagination.

Stuttering.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: trouble speaking smoothly; repeating sounds or words or having long pauses when they talk.

Voice.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: a child that sounds hoarse or loses their voice; having a nasal sounding voice; a voice that’s too loud or too soft.

Physical Therapy

Below are some areas physical therapists address in the school setting:

Balance.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: difficulty maintaining a sitting balance in a chair, on the floor, or while swinging on the playground.

Navigation in the school environment.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: moving from class to class throughout the school, including walking, using a walker or wheelchair, or walking up and down the stairs; using playground equipment effectively.

Participation in physical education classes.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: difficulty jumping, throwing/catching balls, or skipping.

Health promotion.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: obesity.

Social Work

Below are some areas that social workers address in the school setting:

Social-emotional skills.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: students who have behavioral outbursts; students who ‘shut down’ and are unable to participate in their work.

Conflict resolution and anger management.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: students who have difficulty navigating relationships and need assistance with resolving conflicts with peers; students who appear ‘angry’.

Social interaction skills.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: students who have difficult making and keeping friends; difficulty holding a conversation or playing with peers during free time.

Self-esteem.

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following: students who have low self-esteem and/or feelings of self-worth; a student who is pre-disposed to low self-esteem and/or feelings of self-worth.

Behavior Management Support

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following:

  • Learning problems.
  • On-going behavior problems.

Neuropsychological Testing Services

We are here to support you if your student needs help with one or more of the following:

  • Attention difficulties
  • Characteristics related to autism spectrum disorder, including but not limited to repetitive behaviors, difficulty with change, difficulty with eye contact, deficits in social skills, and delayed language skills.
  • Behavior problems
  • Learning difficulties, including difficulties in reading, math, and/or writing
  • Difficulties with executive functioning skills, like memory, problem solving, and following multiple steps till completion