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For students with special needs
Here at Jhoon Rhee Arlington, we have developed an Adaptive Tae Kwon Do Program designed specifically for children with special needs. This program “adapts” the standard Tae Kwon Do techniques and teaching strategies to best suit the specific needs of each student. The class is structured for children who have Autism Spectrum Disorders or other Developmental or Intellectual Disabilities.
Students receive individualized instruction while learning to excel in a group setting. These weekly half hour classes will give students an excellent opportunity to improve their motor skills, coordination, focus and self-control through Tae Kwon Do drills and games.
Master Avi Rome is a 4th Degree Black Belt and holds a degree in Integrative Studies with a concentration in Creative Arts and Therapy from GMU. This degree combines the fields of Psychology, Recreational Therapy, and Body Mechanics. Master Rome has over 15 years of teaching experience, with many of those years spent working with students who have special learning needs.
- Minimum of 4 years of age.
- Receptive communication skills.
- Ability to follow 1- and 2-step commands with prompting.
- Student must have a parent/guardian in the school during class.
- Toilet trained.
First time students $285 (includes uniform). Renewing students: $230 (does not include uniform). Cost is based on an 8-class session. Students are responsible to make 8 classes during the 10-week session (no refunds or extension of time for attending fewer than eight classes). If you have attended all 8 of your classes before the session ends, you may attend the final classes on a “per class fee” of $25 each. There is a $25 additional cost for students registering past the registration deadline.
The Fall Session is under way and registration is closed.
The Winter Session will most likely have a start date of January 2022.
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