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Compensatory Education is an academic program specifically for adults with intellectual disabilities. The program features lessons in community living, consumer education, health, language, mathematics, social science, and vocational education. Emphasis is placed on helping each student become as independent as possible, primarily by improving academic, social, survival, and independent-living skills.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) classes are provided to improve and enhance the skills of adult survivors of traumatic brain injuries. Classes focus on memory, social, and time-management skills as well as community living, consumer education, health, language, and math.

A-B Tech's Compensatory Education program received the Excellence in Leadership award in 2006. Tom Rash accepted the award on behalf of the Compensatory Education department from Mayor Terry Bellamy at a reception hosted by the Mayor's Committee for Citizens with Disabilities.

For additional information, call 828.254.1921, Ext. 371 or e-mail for more information.

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