For more information or additions, please contact Martha Frank, Autism Specialist
Care Coordination for Children with Developmental Disabilities
- ARCh helps Chittenden County children who have an intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, or an emotional or behavioral challenge.
- Children’s Integrative Services Program ages birth – 3 (Statewide)
- Early Intervention Autism Consultant Services provided in collaboration with Children’s Integrated Services’ State team, Vermont Family Network, Carol Andrew, and the Howard Center in Chittenden (Statewide)
- More Than Words ages birth – 5 (Statewide)
Young Children and School age Programs and Schools
- Mosaic Learning Center ages 5 – 22(Enosburg Falls, Morrisville, South Burlington)
- Autism Spectrum Program HowardCenter ages 2 – 21 (Chittenden County,Burlington area)
- Bellcate School grades 7 – 12 (Essex Junction)
- Counseling Service of Addison County Intensive School Support Program (Addison County)
- Health Care Rehabiliation Services (HCRS) School Based Services (Springfield)
- I.N.S.P.I.R.E School for Autism (an Integrative School Program for Independence, Relationships and Entrepreneurships) ages 11 – 22 (Brattleboro)
- Jean Garvin School, ages 12 – 17 (Chittenden County)
- Northwest Counseling and Support Services, birth – 22 (Franklin County) for additional information click here.
- Sapphire Center, birth – age 6 (Middlebury)
- SD Associates LLC – provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), family, educational and community mental health staff training, direct service and consultation (statewide)
- Sheldon Academy a therapeutic day-treatment ages 6 – 18 (Rutland)
- The Mountain School at Windhall ages pre k-grade 8 (Bondville)
- The New School of Montpelier ages 6 – 22 (Montpelier)
- The Soar Learning Center (St. Albans area)
- Washington County Mental Health Services Inc. Children and Youth Services ages birth – 21 (Barre) for additional information click here
- College Steps Program partners with colleges and universities to support students of varying ability (e.g.,autism spectrum disorders (ASD), intellectual disabilities (ID), learning disabilities, etc.), ages 17-26, with their college pursuits.
- Mansfield Hall is a college program and residence for young adults who will benefit from a comprehensive academic, social, emotional, and vocational approach to higher education and transition.
- Next Steps Program is a youth transition program that provides employment and educational exploration experiences for high school seniors considering college or specific career tracks following high school graduation.
- SUCCEED Program (HowardCenter) in collaboration with The University of Vermont, offers SUCCEED, which provides comprehensive education, campus life, career development and student housing services to students with developmental disabilities.
- UVM/TPSID Think College is a small, innovative, inclusive, academic, social, and vocational program for students with intellectual disabilities seeking a college experience and is located at the University of Vermont.
Residential Programs in New England
- Eagleton School serves boys ages 9-22 ( Massachusetts)