Early Childhood Education Program
Family and Community
Mental Health/Wellness
Health Services
Disability Services

Specialized disabilities services are provided within the program, through collaboration with the Local Educational Agency, the Los Angeles Unified School District, and The Foothill SELPA. 

Head Start/State School children are eligible for special education services if they meet eligibility criteria for specific conditions such as:

Speech and language impairment
Specific learning disabilities
Orthopedic impairments
Serious emotional disturbances
Hearing impairment/deafness
Multiple disabilities
Visual impairment
Traumatic brain injury

Parents are encouraged to talk with Head Start/State preschool staff if they have a concern about their child’s development, and must give their written permission prior to a child being assessed.

Kedren is committed to working with families of children with disabilities to ensure that they receive the comprehensive services that they need. (link)

Classroom activities and services support the individualized plans that are developed, and shared with families and teachers to support the specialized goals and outcomes planned for children and their families.


Services provided in an inclusive classroom environment.
Training and supportive services for parents.
Individualized Educational Plan developed for each child.
Special transition workshop and resources for families.

Success Story

I am very happy with Kedren’s program.  Having interaction with other children has helped my son develop his speech.  Being able to see other children having the same experiences helped him, and he had learned from them.  The socialization helps children to understand that there are differences with the children with special needs, but they all work and play together.  My son is returning for a second year in the program.  I think that the program is really great.


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