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The Hartford Primary Program is located on the Oak Hill campus. Our students, ages 5 to 14, have intellectual, behavioral, or multiple disabilities.  Behavioral, clinical, and therapeutic supports are provided by our trans-disciplinary team to maximize each student’s development.

The students work towards developing the ability to identify their emotions and improve their communications skills across all daily activities with the help of technology. Each student has individualized goals and objectives in the areas of functional academics, daily living, social/behavioral development, community instruction and recreation and leisure.  A wide variety of learning experiences are provided in the classroom as well as in the community, to enhance skill development, and enable the children to achieve a greater level of independence.    

Classroom Features

  • Highly Individualize Instruction. 
  • Art, Music Therapy, and Curriculum Groups.
  • Certified Special Education Teacher and Experienced Assistant Teachers.
  • Extended school year (249 days) with Rolling Admissions.
  • Functional Academics: Reading, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies with Integrated Speech/Language, Physical, Occupational, and Behavioral Therapies as needed. 
  • Community-Based Learning.
  • Nursing Services as Required.
  • Self Help and Daily Living Skills to Promote Independence. 
  • Recreation/Leisure Activities & Physical Fitness.
  • Robotics/Assistive Technology.
  • Family and Interagency collaboration.

     

                            

     

     

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We accept referrals from public school districts for students that would benefit from our program.

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120 Holcomb Street
Hartford, CT 06112
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Oak Hill School sets the standard in empowering students to learn through meaningful, functional, and innovative educational experiences which build self-advocacy, independence, and reinforce the dignity of students using comprehensive trans-disciplinary supports.