Autism In Real Life
Autism In Real Life is dedicated to offering insights into the joys and challenges of living with autism. You will hear others share their experiences and expertise. These personal stories and interviews will inspire as well as empower you to try new tools and be a better advocate so you can see the unique gifts and talents of individuals on the autism spectrum fully recognized.
NESCA (Neuropsychology & Education Services for Children & Adolescents)
Chapel Haven Schleifer Center
1040 Whalley Avenue
New Haven, CT 06515
203-397-1714 ext. 185
Chapel Haven Schleifer Center is a nationally accredited transitional living program located in New Haven, Connecticut that offers comprehensive, individualized services for adults with developmental and social disabilities who desire independence. We appreciate that independence, more than living on one’s own, means having the freedom to pursue a life of fulfillment and define for oneself what that fulfillment means. We provide services in support of that pursuit, including residential programs, virtual learning, day programs, recreation, vocational training, and a host of other options to meet the unique needs of each adult.
College Internship Program (CIP)
40 Main St, Suite 3, Lee, MA 01238
We’re CIP and we’ve been helping young adults with autism and learning differences find success in college, employment, and independent living since 1984. CIP Berkshire offers support services for young adults on the Autism spectrum and with ADHD and other learning differences as they transition to college, employment, and independent living. Make Friends. Adapt To Change. Live Independently.
115 Mill Street, Belmont, MA 02478; 617-855-3141
23 Isaac Street, Middleborough, MA 02346; 774-419-1000
18 Claremont Avenue, Arlington, MA 02476; 617-855-2124
Pathways Academy at McLean Hospital is a year-round, therapeutic day school developed to meet the social, sensory, psychological, and educational needs of children and adolescents ages 6 through 22 with autism spectrum disorders. Pathways uses a social-pragmatic approach to help students successfully learn social-pragmatic, social-emotional, and academic skills within a low-stress, therapeutic school setting.