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1 APPROVED OUT-OF-STATE PRIVATE SCHOOLS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES DIRECTORY New Jersey Department of Education P.O. Box 500 Trenton, New Jersey

2 Code Number: Colorado Administrative Agency: SAME School: FOREST HEIGHTS LODGE 4761 FOREST HILL ROAD BO 789 EVERGREEN, CO Telephone: (303) Fax: (303) Admissions Officer: LINDA THOENNES Contact Phone: Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: Current Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: Current Type of School: RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT Forest Heights Lodge is a 24 bed residential treatment center that serves moderate to severely emotionally disturbed boys, ages 4-14 years at the time of admission. The school provides a full range of services including, milieu, individual and group, family therapy; on grounds therapeutic school, psychotropic medication and a therapeutic recreational program. Related services are provided including social work, speech/language and occupational therapy. The cost of related services and clinical services are not included in the education costs. AUTISTIC 5-14 EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 5-14 COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED 5-14 MULTIPLY DISABLED 5-14 OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRED 5-14 SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY 5-14 Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Mutual Agreement

3 Code Number: Connecticut Administrative Agency: CHAPEL HAVEN, INC. School: CHAPEL HAVEN, INC WHALLEY AVENUE NEW HAVEN, CT Telephone: (203) Fax: (203) Admissions Officer: ROBERT NURIN Contact Phone: (203) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 6/30/2015 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: Current Type of School: RESIDENTIAL & DAY Chapel Haven was established in It is a co-educational program for young adults ages It is a year-round transitional residential and community living program for students who have Autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, speech and language impairments, pervasive developmental disabilities, cognitive disabilities and traumatic brain injuries and who exhibit no significant behavioral problems. Chapel Haven also offers year-round residential and day special education program services. Programs offered include the teaching of life, vocational, educational, recreational and social skills in a community setting, including a curricular strand specifically for young adults with Asperger's syndrome or related diagnoses. Related Services are not included in rates. MULTIPLE DISABILITIES COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED AUTISTIC OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRED TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Mutual Agreement

4 Code Number: Connecticut Administrative Agency: DEVEREU FOUNDATION School: DEVEREU GLENHOLME SCHOOL 81 SABBADAY LANE WASHINGTON, CT Telephone: (860) Fax: (860) Admissions Officer: BRITTANY PERRONE Contact Phone: (860) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 06/30/2018 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 07/01/2015 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL Devereux Glenholme School, a center of Devereux, combines a traditional boarding school experience and therapeutic atmosphere complemented by a positive, motivational program, devoted to young people who struggle with Asperger's, ADHD,PDD,OCD, Tourette's, depression, anxiety and various learning differences. The school provides evidence-based clinical services, a rigorous academic curriculum with speech and language and occupational therapies, a sophisticated, social skill teaching program, and instruction on daily living, as well as an extensive array of extracurricular activities designed to instruct students to achieve competence, socially and emotionally. The program at Glenholme promotes an individualized approach to studies compatible to each young person's talents and capabilities. Our integration of the arts in education and boarding programs stimulates a greater understanding of social, emotional, academic and behavioral areas for students. With an education based in strong character values, the graduates of Glenholme matriculate to colleges and universities or career opportunities. OT, PT, ST and Standardized testing are additional costs. EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED AUTISM OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRED SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY Days in Extended School Year: Days Rate Setting Agency

5 Code Number: Connecticut x Administrative Agency: School: EAGLE HILL SCHOOL 45 GLENVILLE ROAD GREENWICH, CT Telephone: (203) Fax: Admissions Officer: THOMAS LASLEY Contact Phone: (203) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 06/30/2018 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 3/01/2016 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL & DAY Eagle Hill School addresses the needs of children with language based learning disabilities. This includes children with reading, writing, math and expressive and receptive language processing problems. The program is skills focused and highly individualized. We offer related services including psychological support, speech/language and motor training at no additional cost. All children participate in a daily activities/sports program and have a study hall with a qualified teacher. The program is transitional with the goal of preparing students to e successful learners in the traditional programs they will return to. Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Mutual Agreement

6 Code Number: Connecticut Administrative Agency: Grove School, Inc. School: GROVE SCHOOL 175 COPSE ROAD PO BO 646 MADISON, CT Telephone: (203) Fax: (203) Admissions Officer: LEON LOSAPIO Contact Phone: (203) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 6/30/19 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 7/1/2016 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL The general philosophy of the Grove School is based on a supportive psycho-educational approach delivered through academic programming structured in a holistic milieu. The emphasis is on the use of insight-oriented psychotherapy, interpersonal relationships and psychological guidance to maximize the educational abilities of the students. Socialization, remedial teaching, psychotherapy, graded responsibilities, creative arts and socialized recreation are the pathways for the school culture and educational program. If related services such as Speech Therapy or Occupational Therapy are required, arrangements must be made between the sending district, the parents, and the specialist. It is not included in the clinical rate. The school accepts eligible male and female students, ages years, who have emotional challenges. Group therapy 1 week; individual therapy 2 week; related services not included in tuition EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED AUTISTIC COMMUNICATION IMPAIRED MULTIPLY DISABLED OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRED SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Days in Extended School Year: DAYS

7 Mutual Agreement

8 Code Number: Connecticut Administrative Agency: THE LEARNING CLINIC, INC. School: THE LEARNING CLINIC, INC P.O. BO 324 ROUTE 169 BROOKLYN, CT Telephone: (860) Fax: (860) Admissions Officer: DEANA CHRZAN Contact Phone: (860) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 06/30/2016 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 11/25/2016 Type of School: DAY & RESIDENTIAL The Learning Clinic offers academic, residential and clinical programs to children, adolescents and young adults ages 6-23 and their families over the course of a 12-month program. TLC students are actively involved in art, music and drama. TLC recently built a new state of the art building for the Applied Arts. Our new Graphic Art concentration utilizes the latest software applications from Adobe, as well as large format, photographic and MakerBot printers. The program also offers young apprentice experiences in our local community from age 14 and older. Competitive employment and opportunities for part-time employment are goals of students in our Transition Program. TLC has a strong long term working relationship, since 1980, with Quinebaug Valley Community College academic and certificate programs. During their time at TLC, students are able to participate in college courses and earn credits toward a degree. TLC farm program, equestrian program, wooded campus trails and pond provide a natural ecology for experienced-based learning. The Maine Between the Rivers Nature Center provides a wilderness campus for environmental studies and a full range of activities in the Maine woods and waters. Related Services and Counseling are included in the tuition rate. MULTIPLY DISABLED 6-21 ORTHOPEDICALLY IMPAIRED 6-21 OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRED 6-21 SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY 6-21 TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY 6-21 VISUALLY IMPAIRED 6-21 AUDITORILY IMPAIRED 6-21 AUTISTIC 6-21 COMMUNICATION IMPAIRED 6-21

9 COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED 6-21 EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 6-21 Days in Extended School Year: Day & 365 Res Rate Setting Agency

10 Code Number: Connecticut Administrative Agency: School: AMERICAN SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF/PACES PROGRAM 139 NORTH MAIN STREET WEST HARTFORD, CT Telephone: (860) Fax: (860) Admissions Officer: Cindy Paluch Contact Phone: (860) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 6/30/2017 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 1/1/2016 Type of School: 7 DAY RESIDENTIAL The Positive Attitudes Concerning Education and Socialization (PACES) program serves Students, ages 6-21 years, with primary deafness or auditory impairment and secondary emotional/ behavioral disorders, cognitive impairment, learning disabilities, or visual impairment. The education program offers small, individualized academic classes, pre-vocational and vocational training, individualized structured behavior management, full time counselors, and access to related services. The behavior management program is based on a level and point system. The residential program emphasizes independent living skills, problemsolving, and socially appropriate behavior. A family education program is an integral component of PACES. Counseling; Speech therapy; Audiology; Psychological testing and evaluation; Interpretor services for deaf and Spanish-speaking parents; Consultants in psychiatry, occupational and physical therapy. AUDITORY IMPAIRMENTS 6-21 EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 6-21 Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Rate Setting Agency

11 Code Number: Connecticut Effective Through: 12/1/2014 Administrative Agency: THE WELLSPRING FOUNDATION, INC. School: ARCH BRIDGE SCHOOL 21 ARCH BRIDGE ROAD BETHLEHEM, CT Telephone: (203) Fax: (203) Admissions Officer: MAYDA CAPOZZI Contact Phone: (203) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 06/30/2019 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 12/1/2014 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL The Arch Bridge School provides therapeutic educational programs for students from Wellspring's residential school programs and for local day students. Academic instruction takes place in a small, structured, nurturing setting. Classes average six to eight students and are instructed by teachers who are certified in a specific subject area, in special education, or both. At the high school level, instruction is geared toward college prep with modifications made for students who have specific learning disabilities or who function below grade level. Elementary classes are small heavily staffed, and serve multiple grade levels. Our younger students' ability to function academically is more diverse and can range from remedial to grade level and above. Teachers in both programs are supported by mental health professionals and behavioral specialists. Emphasis is placed on providing a positive learning experience in a safe school environmentwhile resolving major emotional and psychiatric issues which are obstacles to student learning, growing and returning to their home districts. The median length of stay at the Arch Bridge School at Wellspring is one school year. Related services not ncluded in tuition rate Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Rate Setting Agency

12 Code Number: Delaware Administrative Agency: ADVOSERV, Inc. mailing address: 4185 Kirkwood-St. Georg School: ADVOSERV PROGRAMS 4185 KIRKWOOD-ST. GEORGES ROAD BEAR, DE Telephone: (302) Fax: (302) Admissions Officer: MICHELE TORRENCE Contact Phone: (302) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 04/30/2017 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 7/31/2015 Type of School: Residential Advoserv Programs School provides a 24 hour structured program for students who have behavioral disorders, emotional disturbance, learning disabilities, mild-moderate cognitive impairment, or multiple disabilities. Students receive instruction in academics, functional life skills, vocational skills, and behavioral management, including training in self-control strategies, problem-solving and conflict resolution. Emphasis is placed on teaching appropriate functional alternative skills to reduce and replace maladaptive behavior. Students have an opportunity to earn a high school diploma from the sending school district, or to be reintegrated into the public school system prior to graduation. The following residences are approved through the end of the school year: AdvoServ Middletown, Matbe Middle, Middletown I, Middletown III and Middletown IV. Related services are included in education costs AUDITORY IMPAIRMENTS 8-21 MULTIPLY DISABLED 8-21 EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 8-21 COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED 8-21 TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY 8-21 Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Mutual Agreement

13 Code Number: Delaware Administrative Agency: School: THE PILOT SCHOOL, INC. 100 GARDEN OF EDEN ROAD WILMINGTON, DE Telephone: (302) Fax: (302) Admissions Officer: KATHLEEN B. CRAVEN Contact Phone: (302) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 3/31/2017 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: NA Type of School: DAY The Pilot School is a ten month, 5:1 student to teacher ratio, therapeutic day school offering individualized education for children ages 5-14 with language based learning problems. The mission is to return students to traditional classrooms following 3-5 years of study at The Pilot School. Mastery of foundation skills, age appropriate independence and problem-solving/coping is systemic to the philosophy. Reading, writing, listening, speaking, spelling, mathematics, science, social studies, art music, library, technology, physical education adaptive physical education, onsite aquatics, guidance counseling, and flex clubs round out the curriculum. Strengths are utilized and challenged. Services include speech, music, language, occupational, physical and art therapies. A nurse and a school psychologist are also in staff. Children are grouped by age into homerooms. They are again organized according to their instructional levels into age appropriate, flexible, ungraded small academic groups in which a child moves at his or her own pace. Placement after Pilot is of particular importance as students become prepared to succeed in a regular educational environment. Related services are included in the rate. Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Mutual Agreement

14 Code Number: Delaware Administrative Agency: ADVOSERV: 4185 Kirkwood-St. Georges Rd., Bear DE 1970 School: ST. GEORGE ACADEMY OF ADVOSERV 4185 KIRKWOOD - ST.GEORGES ROAD BEAR, DE Telephone: (302) Fax: (302) Admissions Officer: MICHELLE TORRENCE Contact Phone: (302) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 04/30/2017 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 11/30/2015 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL The school serves students, ages 9-22 years, who have cognitive impairments, multiple disabilities, emotional disturbance, specific learning disabilities, or auditory impairment. Instruction is provided in functional academic skills, independent and adaptive living skills, along with community and vocational training. Educational and vocational goals are established for each student. Classrooms are tailored to meet individual needs relative to class size, age appropriateness, educational content, and teaching approach. Each student has an IEP as well as an individual behavior management program. Education is provided, across classroom and residential settings, to help replace maladaptive behaviors with positive responses and increased appropriate social skills and communication skills. The approved residential facilities are: St. George Academy, AdvoServ School VI, Summit, Matbe Middle, Matbe Transitional School; Middletown I. Related services are included in tuition rate SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY 8-21 COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED 8-21 MULTIPLE DISABILITIES 8-21 AUDITORY IMPAIRMENTS 8-21 Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Mutual Agreement

15 Code Number: Illinois Administrative Agency: CHADDOCK School: CHADDOCK 205 SOUTH 24TH STREET QUINCY, IL Telephone: Fax: Admissions Officer: JERRY DOUGLAS Contact Phone: (217) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 06/30/2015 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 10/09/2017 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL Chaddock School a diverse learning community, provides challenging learning experiences while building meaningful relationships in a therapeutic environment, to produce healthy, engaged and productive students. Chaddock School is designed to meet the needs of each and every student. Education is a process of growing and learning. We all grow and learn in different ways and at different paces. We strive to give every student the opportunity to have his needs met. Our hope is that at some time what we have taught, modeled, created, invested in and demonstrated will take root in our students to bring about learning and growth. The residential program serves male and female students, ages 8-21 years, who have emotional disturbance, learning disability, cognitive impairment, other health impairment, and autism. Speech therapy is included in the tuition rate. All other services are extra fees. COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED 8-21 OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRED 8-21 AUTISM 8-21 SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY 8-21 EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 8-21 Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Rate Setting Agency

16 Code Number: MA Massachusetts Administrative Agency: BOSTON HIGASHI SCHOOL, INC. School: BOSTON HIGASHI SCHOOL 800 NORTH MAIN STREET RANDOLPH, MA Telephone: Fax: Admissions Officer: RON LAURI Contact Phone: (781) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 08/31/2015 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 4/19/2017 Type of School: DAY & RESIDENTIAL The Boston Higashi School's mission is to help children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder learn to reach their full potential through the application of the methodology of Daily Life Life Therapy. This unique educational philososphy incorporates a broad and balanced curriculum including academics, art, music, physical education, computer technology and social education. Students take on challenges, learn to overcome obstacles and gain confidence from their own success. This process allows our students to develop a love for learning so they may fully enjoy their family, community, and all life has to offer. As each student grows and learns, their personality and individual character matures allowing them to benefit from and most importantly contribute to society as adults. Related services and related services are included in the tuition rate. Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Rate Setting Agency

17 Code Number: Massachusetts Administrative Agency: NEW ENGLAND CENTER FOR CHILDREN, INC. School: NEW ENGLAND CENTER FOR CHILDREN 33 TURNPIKE ROAD SOUTHBOROUGH, MA Telephone: (508) Fax: (508) Admissions Officer: BETHANY McCANN Contact Phone: (508) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 08/31/2016 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 04/19/2017 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL NECC serves children and adolescents with autism, cognitive disabilities, communication impairment and other related disorders in our Regular, Intermediate, and Intensive (Severe) residential programs. Clinical services are based on principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Positive reinforcement programs are designed in response to continued functional analysis of each child's individual behavior. NECC's ACE Curriculum provides educational skills training in academics, communication, daily living, social skills and supported employment. All residential students receive direct health care services through the NECC network of providers. Counseling and psychiatric services are provided as needed. NECC also provides a full range of family support and training programs. Related services are included in tuition rate. Fees for services beyond the base program are calculated on a case by case basis. AUTISTIC 5-21 COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED 5-21 MULTIPLE DISABILITIES 5-21 PRESCHOOL CHILD WITH A DISABILITY 3-5 COMMUNICATION IMPAIRED 5-21 Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Rate Setting Agency

18 Code Number: Massachusetts Administrative Agency: Same School: F. L. CHAMBERLAIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL 1 PLEASANT STREET PO BO 778 MIDDLEBOROUGH, MA Telephone: (508) Fax: (508) Admissions Officer: DIANE WILSON Contact Phone: (508) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 8/31/2015 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 02/19/2017 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL F. L. Chamberlain International School is a Massacusetts 766 approved residential school for moderate to severely emotionally disabled adolescents years old. Many students have emotional and/or behavioral problems with overlapping learning and communication disorders. Individual, family, and group therapy. Psychiatric consultation, care, and medication management. EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY AUTISTIC Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Mutual Agreement

19 Code Number: Massachusetts Administrative Agency: Evergreen Center, Inc. School: EVERGREEN CENTER - CENTER FOR BEHAVIOR DEVELOPMENT 345 FORTUNE BOULEVARD MILFORD, MA Telephone: (508) Fax: (508) Admissions Officer: KATE MORRISON Contact Phone: (508) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 08/31/2017 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 03/17/2015 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL The Evergreen Center's Center for Behavior Development serves students, ages 6-21, who are diagnosed with Autism, cognitive impairments, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairments, emotionally disturbed and who are dually diagnosed with Bi-Polar Disorder among other mental health conditions. The program is designed specifically to address the most challenging behavior problems. This program is designed to teach pre-academic and early academic skills, functional communication, meal-time skills, toileting skills and activities of daily living. Students served by the Evergreen Center may posess skill deficits and behavioral needs that result in self-injury, aggression, bolting, or the destruction of property. The program is decentralized with a main school campus and 3 community group homes located in neighboring towns within 20 minutes of the Central Education Facility. Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Speech and Language Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy as well as Psychiatric and Nursing Services are avaliable to students. Counseling is offered on-site in a weekly basis. Related services included in tuition. Additional fees for psychiatric services and one-to-one care. COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED 6-21 AUTISTIC 6-21 EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 6-21 MULTIPLE DISABILITIES 6-21 Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Rate Setting Agency

20 Code Number: Massachusetts Administrative Agency: EVERGREEN CENTER, INC. School: EVERGREEN CENTER - THE CENTER FOR BASIC SKILLS 345 FORTUNE BOULEVARD MILFORD, MA Telephone: (508) Fax: (508) Admissions Officer: KATE MORRISON Contact Phone: (508) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 08/31/2017 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 03/17/2015 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL The Evergreen Center - Center for Basic Skills serves students, ages 6-21, who are diagnosed with Autism, cognitive impairments, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairments, deaf/hard of hearing, blindness, emotionally disturbed, genetic disorders, complex medical needs and dually diagnosed with mental health conditions. The program is designed to teach pre-academic and early academic skills, functional communication, meal-time skills, toileting skills and activities of daily living. Students served by the Evergreen Center may posess skill deficits and behavioral needs that result in self-injury, aggression towards others, bolting, or the destruction of property. The program is decentralized with a main school campus and 10 community group homes located in neighboring towns within minutes of the Central Education Facility. Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Speech and Language Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy as well as Psychiatric and Nursing Services are avaliable to students. Counseling is offered on-site in a weekly basis. Related services are included in the tuition rate. There are additional fees for psychiatric services and oneto-one services. AUDITORILY IMPAIRED 6-21 AUTISTIC 6-21 MULTIPLE DISABILITIES 6-21 COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED 6-21 EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED Days in Extended School Year: DAYS

21 Rate Setting Agency

22 Code Number: Massachusetts Administrative Agency: EAGLETON SCHOOL, INC. School: EAGLETON SCHOOL 446 MONTEREY ROAD GREAT BARRINGTON, MA Telephone: (413) Fax: (413) Admissions Officer: LORI ANN KUELBECK Contact Phone: (413) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 08/31/2016 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: In effect Type of School: INTENSIVE RESIDENTIAL Eagleton School is a full-service educational program, offering coursewoork and electives consistent with all Massachusettes middle and high school requirements. All course content is consistent with Mass Frameworks & Common Core. Eagleton also offers a vocational program for young adults and students ages 18-22, The program includes community-based instruction and skills for transition to adult life. Psychiatric consultation; weekly individual and group therapy; specialized reading instruction. The related services of speech therapy, occupational therapy and physical therapy are an additional charge. COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED 9-21 AUDITORILY IMPAIRED 9-21 EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 9-21 SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY 9-21 AUTISM 9-21 MULTIPLY DISABLED 9-21 TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY 9-21 VISUALLY IMPAIRED 9-21 DEAF/BLINDNESS 9-21 Days in Extended School Year: Days Rate Setting Agency

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24 Code Number: Massachusetts Administrative Agency: Institute for Developmental Disabilities Inc. School: CRYSTAL SPRINGS SCHOOL PO BO NARROWS ROAD ASSONET, MA Telephone: (508) Fax: (508) Admissions Officer: SPENSER MOORE Contact Phone: (508) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 08/31/2017 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 10/8/2015 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL Crystal Springs School provides residential, educational, and therapeutic services to severe and profound, cognitively delayed children, adolescents, and young adults from ages three (3) to 22. Our students primary diagnosis is severe to profound cognitive disabilities, which may be accompanied by behavioral disorders, physical challenges and/or medical conditions. The services include 24 hour supervised residential care, instruction by licensed educators in academic, social and daily life skills (also supported by residential care staff), development of socially validated behavioral skills under the supervision of psychology staff specifically trained in behavior intervention techniques, physical, occupational and speech therapy as well as adaptive physical education, adapted design services, orientation/ mobility services and music therapy. Related services are included in tuition rate. Additional fees for horseback riding, music therapy, 1:1 aides. COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED 6-21 MULTIPLE DISABILITIES 6-21 OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRED 6-21 Days in Extended School Year: DAYS Rate Setting Agency

25 Code Number: Massachusetts Administrative Agency: CARDINAL CUSHING CENTERS, INC. School: CARDINAL CUSHING CENTERS, INC. CUSHING RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL 405 WASHINGTON ST. HANOVER, MA Telephone: Fax: Admissions Officer: LAWRENCE SAUER Contact Phone: (781) Home State Approval of Special Education Programs Expires: 08/31/2016 Home State Approval/License or NJ DHS Approval for Residential Care Expires: 11/18/2015 Type of School: RESIDENTIAL The mission of Cardinal Cushing School Programs is to maximize student independence through skill acquisition. Programs are individualized to meet the needs of the student and are psycho-educational in nature. The programs range through a continuum of functional academics to vocational education and preparation for semi-independent living. Additionally the residential program provides a therapeutic milieu in which the students learn to develop healthy, appropriate relationships with peers and adults. A full complement of support services includes case management, speech/language therapy, OT and PT, human development/sexuality, social skills, psychopharmacology and counseling, family work, behavior therapy, recreation, adapted physical education, art and music. Psychiatric consultation is also available on site by a consulting psychiatrist. Cardinal Cushing Centers provides individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disabilities of all ages, opportunities to discover the benefits of a supportive and vibrant community. We are proud of our nationally recognized offerings for learning, working, living and playing together. PT, SPEECH, OT, ADAPTIVE PE AUTISM 6-21 OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRED 6-21 COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED 6-21 EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 6-21 MULTIPLE DISABILITIES 6-21 Days in Extended School Year: DAYS

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