Etiquette For Special Needs
Of the thirteen disabilities recognized by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the Protocol Etiquette School of Nevada-Las Vegas (PESON-LV) offers classes for children with mild Intellectual Disabilities, Specific Learning Disabilities, Asperger’s Syndrome, Attention Deficit Disorder and Mild Tourette’s Syndrome.
Children with special needs are often removed from mainstream activities. PESON-LV’s instructors deliver training with an emphasis on skill development and behavior modification. Our goal is to prepare students to address the social skills required in day to day living.
Our classes build confidence in students by facilitating social, emotional and behavior wellness in order to address non-academic barriers to learning. Specialized learning strategies will prepare students to achieve their potential and avoid self-esteem problems resulting from learning difficulties.
Enroll your child in our Summer Etiquette Camp designed with your child in mind and delivered by a Certified Special Education Instructor. Click on our Schedules and enroll your child for summer camp starting in June 2020.
- Contemporary Manners for Children S-Ed (ages 8-12)
- Mind Your Manners for Teens S-Ed (ages 13-18) All courses cover social skills in all settings, social graces and manners, proper hygiene, proper behavioral at the dinner table, dining skills, how to address adults, proper introductions, how to help with chores and much more.
To see if your child qualifies for summer camp contact us to set up a time to chat with one of our instructors.
April R. Gray, MS.Ed
Director of Programs and
Special Education Instructor
3315 E. Russell Road, Suite A4-292
Las Vegas, NV 89120-3477