Intensive Day

RCS’ Intensive Day Program services students ages 7-22 and provides a 1:1 staff to student ratio. Students enrolled in the Intensive Day Program require intensive 1:1 support in order to learn academics, leisure and social skills, functional life skills, and vocational skills. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the major treatment methodology applied within the Intensive Day Program. Students enrolled in this program are taught across a variety of environments and instructors in order to promote maximum generalization of skills from the training environment to novel environments. The primary objective of the Intensive Day Program is to focus on teaching our students pivotal skills which will allow the student to successfully transition into a less restrictive environment where they will continue to acquire skills without the need for 1:1 support. Each student is an individual and therefore, some students may require enrollment in this program for some time, while others may be enrolled in this program for a short duration. RCS aligns academic curriculum with the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks and additional educational assessments as needed. Additionally, Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs) are conducted and behavior plans are implemented to decrease undesired behaviors and increase alternative appropriate behaviors.

Within each program students are exposed to a variety of different teaching environments to help promote generalization of skills. Learn more about our educational environments…

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