• THRIVE

    CMC utilizes the curriculum developed by the New England Center for Children (NECC) to provicde evidence-based educational instruction for students diagnosed with Autism and related disabilities in grades K-12. THRIVE provides students with a highly-structured learning approach that is systematic and data-driven. Using behavior interventions centered around positive reinforcement throughout the school day, students achieve academic and social success. THRIVE offers students:

    • Dedicated, compassionate, and highly-trained staff comprised of special education teachers, instructional assistants, and Board Certified Behavior Analysts
    • Access to ACE ABA Software System
    • Functional communication training, social skills training, and vocational opportunities
    • High student-to-staff ratio: on average 8 students, 1 special education teacher, and 7 instructional assistants