Mason’s Place Too offers comprehensive special education day school programs for students, ages 3-12, with moderate global delays associated with autism and other developmental disabilities. The primary goal is to enable each student to realize his/her fullest potential and to become as independent as possible.
Mason’s Place Too is dedicated to helping its students overcome the challenges they face in their lives and to make significant strides toward productive and rewarding futures. Students develop their self-esteem and a sense of achievement as they master each new skill. In this structured, individualized, nurturing environment, students experience school as positive and fulfilling.
With a multidisciplinary team of professionals, Mason’s Place Too provides a wide range of learning opportunities that foster growth in all essential areas. This integrated educational and therapeutic program promotes communicative, behavioral, academic, motor, adaptive, independent living skills and social and emotional development.
The curriculum is highly individualized, hands on, and designed to address the specific needs of each student. Class sizes are small with high teacher to student ratio. The program is based on the current research and best practices in the field. Teaching strategies and reinforcement methodologies are reviewed on an ongoing basis to maximize each student’s success.
One of the core components of the program is independent and semi-independent living skills training. Students are prepared to develop the communicative, daily living readiness skills required to function as independently as possible. These skills are taught in the school setting and through community-based instruction.