Special education services are available to eligible students ages 3 up to 22 in Massachusetts who have a disability and as a result of their disability require specially designed instruction or one or more related services (i.e., speech therapy) to access and make progress in the general curriculum.
Pathways Academy 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. Located in the McLean area, the fully accredited school is aimed at helping students with autism spectrum disorders.
With a mission is to help children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder learn to reach their full potential, the Boston Higashi School has been a leading school for autism education for over 30 years.
A clearing house of resourceful information specifically pertaining to individuals and their caregivers as related to ASD and other mental health conditions.