Summer EnRICHment Program
Woodfords’ Summer EnRICHment Program provides individualized day programming for children grades K-5 diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The program is designed to meet the unique needs of each child. Children are assigned a 1:1 Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
The BHP works with the child in individual and/or group settings on specific goals to increase their skills in behavior management, communication, independent living, self-care, self-help and socialization. Community outings, field trips, homework help and parent training are part of the programming. Parents can observe and are requested to participate in programming two hours a month so that they may carry over these skills to the home environment. Goals are based on methods of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
Children entering grades K-5 who have a diagnosis of autism and qualify for MaineCare or MaineCare Katie Beckett Section 28 Services, or who have commercial insurance coverage. Private pay options are also available.
Woodfords’ clinical team can help determine eligibility. Final confirmation of eligibility is made by KEPRO.
Schedule & Activites
The six-week program runs from Monday, July 8 through Friday, August 16, 2019. Families can determine a schedule that best fits their needs.
Referrals must be received by May 31.
Director of Intake & Utilization Management
(207) 878-9663, x 4170
Nick Hammond, PhD, BCBA-D
Director of In Home Support & School Based Services
(207) 878-9663, x 4176