Lodi Campus

Point Quest Lodi provides evidence-based instructional strategies to increase students' academic/pre-academic, adaptive living, communication, social skills, motor, and pre-vocational/vocational skills. Point Quest Lodi is certified K-12 and focuses on students with intellectual disabilities and students on the autism spectrum. Teachers conduct formal and informal assessment ot determine a student's strengths, needs, and instructional level to determine an individualized program for each student. Alll curriculum is based on resarch and aligned with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Point Quest also aligns with the SEACO standards where applicable to address the functional needs of our students. Our functional skills program focuses on the daily living skills necessary to help our students become independent citizens while aligning the functional academics with the Anchor Standards and grade level concepts of the CCSS. Instructional practices are informed by the research of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and data is collected and analyzed to ensure student progress. For students with significant behavioral excesses, a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) can be conducted and a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) developed based on the results of the assessment.

Point Quest Lodi Campus
18051 N. Ray Road
Lodi, CA