Youth & Family
Early Childhood Services Preschool Program
Woodfords’ Early Childhood Services Program provides evidence-based preschool programing for young students with autism and related disabilities. The Program utilizes an evidence-based curriculum of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), and includes intensive clinical instruction to help young children with autism and related disabilities reach their highest potential and function successfully in home, community, and school-based settings. Instruction occurs in a structured preschool setting, where children play and learn alongside other children.
Home-Based Early Intervention Services
Woodfords’ Westbrook Early Childhood Services Program provides Home-Based Early Intervention Services for children age birth - three in partnership with Child Development Services (CDS). Home-Based Early Intervention Services include the Early Start Maine and the Parent Early Start Maine model as well as individual parent coaching.
K-5 Special Purpose Private School Program
Woodfords’ Special Purpose Private Schools offer out-of-district educational programming to students in grades K-5 who experience considerable challenges in the mainstream school setting. The Program utilizes the evidence-based principles and practices of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) alongside a unique array of academic, social and emotional curricula to deliver services.
Woodfords’ School Based Services Program provides assessment and treatment services for children with developmental, mental health and/or co-occurring disorders within the mainstream school-setting. The program relies on the evidence-based principles and practices of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to assess and analyze a children’s strengths and goal areas. Structured therapeutic services are designed to improve children’s functioning in key areas. Services are provided as prescribed in the child’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and Individualized Treatment Plan (ITP).
Visit our additional Youth Program categories below.