Therapeutic Education Assessment Center of Haverhill
Students will improve overall independence through the development of social communication, academic, functional, life and vocational skills and effectively communicate their educational and social needs. This will be accomplished by providing various learning opportunities through an individualized skill-based, systematic educational experience and uniquely-tailored behavioral support plans.
All students will become positive members of the community while managing their daily life activities and learning to collaborate with others. Students’ achievements and success will be accomplished through a differentiated educational experience which includes exposure to the arts, vocational training, and a strategic learning approach.
Remote Learning – Important Information for Families
Please click the links below to view the following documents:
HPS_Remote Learning_Consent to Record (Opt Out)
Autism Awareness Day – 4/2/2020
Click the link to watch the TEACH Program video for Autism Awareness.
Virtual Parent Support Group – Northeast Arc
National Council on Severe Autism – Free Webinar
Share & Care – Free Webinar
Preventing & Managing Severe Autism Behaviors at Home.
Thursday 3/26 @ 3:30pm
Link to register:
Want to hear a story? Listen to ‘Hey That’s My Monster!’ read by Lily Tomlin
Great List of Websites for Learning Tools – from How to ABA
This is a great list of useful links developed specifically for students with Autism.
Click the link below to open the document:
Join the city-wide reading challenge!!
The link below will take you directly to the Haverhill Promise reading challenge website. There will be links to a google form so you can join the challenge and track the time your child is reading each week! Students will be entered to win gift cards to Market Basket and local restaurants! The time you spend reading to your child counts! You can also include the time your child spends listening to stories on Storyline Online!!
LINK TO HAVERHILL PROMISE READING CHALLENGE WEBSITE:
Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times
We’re here for you and don’t forget we’re in this together.
The staff at the TEACH Program
Special Olympics has put out a series of fitness videos that you can try at home – School of Strength!
Click the link below for the video series!