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Darnell School

UPDATED: December 3, 2021

The Darnell School for Educational and Behavioral Services stands on four pillars of independence:

  • Evidence Based Practice: All academic instruction is based upon evidence based strategies to promote optimal learning
  • Learning in Community: Our campus encourages skill-building in the community
  • Family-Centered: We work with you to identify those  skills that are needed for your student to succeed at home
  • Vocational Development: Your student will benefit from vocational, career development and self-management skills

Using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), our team of skilled teachers and clinicians partners with each family, assesses each student’s needs and develops individualized curricula that promote independence and skill development.

The Darnell School is part of the broad spectrum of services provided by HMEA, Inc., a non-profit organization that believes in the values, dreams and potential of people with developmental disabilities.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance

Address:

15 South Street
Hudson, MA 01749
United States

Website:

darnellschool.org

Phone:

(508) 298-1639

Email:

ssalome@hmea.org

Contact:

Stefanie Salome

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