Autism Services

Wendell Foster’s Autism Program supports the refinement of social skills, life skills and community involvement for school age children through young adults.

By using positive reinforcement techniques, our staff teaches students the skills necessary to be successful in everyday activities such as behaving properly in a restaurant, making friends, conversing with others, problem solving, and being a “good loser.”

Instruction is individualized for each person by agreement among the student, family, and staff and occurs in our afterschool program and during our summer day camp. New skills are practiced in both classroom and community settings.

This program is offered on a fee-for-service basis.

For more information including a tour and application for Wendell Foster Autism Program, please contact:

Kristen Coomes
[email protected] 

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