League School of Greater Boston

UPDATED: August 10, 2020

League School of Greater Boston has been a leading educator of children and young adults with autism spectrum disorder for more than 50 years. League School has done so by maintaining a steadfast commitment to one mission: to help students with autism develop to their fullest potential in every aspect of their lives; social, emotional, academic, and behavioral.

Through three distinct programs based on age and ability, we meet the varying needs of our diverse student population. Each program includes: content area academics (reading, math, science, and social studies); a full array of services (social pragmatics, communication, sensory integration, occupational therapy, clinical and behavior therapy), adapted physical education, art, music, culinary arts, and daily living skills. Beginning at age 14, our students participate in vocational training to acquire job skills as they prepare for life in the adult world.
For students who may require additional support, League School’s residential program continues learning opportunities by providing an effective and accountable framework to help enhance positive student outcomes 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

League School employs the SCERTS® Model as a framework for all of our educational and residential programs. SCERTS® is a multidisciplinary approach that incorporates an array of disciplines including occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, educational
practice, mental health concepts, and behavioral theory including ABA. The SCERTS® Model focuses on improving students’ Social Communication and Emotional Regulation by providing them with Transactional Supports, useful strategies that both they and their families can employ to achieve desired goals.

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300 Boston-Providence Turnpike
East Walpole, MA 02032
United States



(508) 850-3900



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