Autism Resource Center in West Boylston, MA
We provide support, information, referral, family activities & events, educational & therapeutic programs for children with autism as well as siblings, school vacation events and community partnerships to area businesses.
For children as young as 14 months with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Asperger’s and Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), our intensive home-based program provides 16-30 hours a week of 1:1 instruction to the child in his/her own home with a Behavior Therapist. To ensure close supervision and consistency in each child's program, our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) supervisors regularly observe the child and the Behavior Therapist in the home, and meet with the parents monthly in the home. The home-based program provides year-round services. We will increase a child's personal, academic and behavioral independence.
A communication center and social/sensory gym located in Sterling, MA dedicated to providing a unique, SAFE, fun, learning environment. Individuals with high functioning autism, Asperger's Syndrome, Non-Verbal Learning disability, receptive/expressive language delay, and general social communication challenges can enjoy a variety of multi-sensory group activities to enhance and promote communication, health, and social relationships. An environment to foster a sense of belonging where long lasting friendships can be made with endless opportunities to Move! Learn! Live!
Students enjoy coming to the newly renovated antique barn that is home to 8 horses, 3 miniature horses, a pony and a variety of small farm animals. Our 11,000 square foot indoor riding arena allows for year round instruction.
By combining behavioral psychology with Ed Parker's American Kenpo Karate, the Family Martial Arts Center offers a unique character developing curriculum that has proven to help students improve their self-esteem, self-control and self-confidence while developing proficient self-defense skills.
Our positive approach, engaging philosophy and overall experience is different. Camp Starfish provides a 1:1 staff-to-camper ratio at all times to enable success, build social skills, teach coping mechanisms, and help children who have difficulty finding success in traditional settings.
Our programs focus on social education and success. Since 2002, we have provided a welcoming and fun social environment where kids can have that “go out and play” or “hanging out” experience with an extra layer of social support. We are the real-time “practice” place for social learning.
The Durham Center for Education After-School Program focuses on teaching children (ages 11 - 22) how to strengthen their social skills in a fun setting. The Social Skills curriculum includes lessons designed to develop a child's social interactions including relationship building, social language skills, self-esteem, group interactions and social emotional skills. This program serves children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Disabilities and Social Skills Deficits.
This program also states they provide ABA services.
Horseback Riding Instruction
(not therapeutic riding or hippotherapy)
Contry HIl Farm, Mason, NH (English & eventing)