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The Hebron Transition Program is located in beautiful Camp Hemlocks. Our students are typically ages 16-21, with intellectual, behavioral, or multiple disabilities.  Behavioral, clinical, and therapeutic supports are provided as needed by our multi-disciplinary team to maximize each student’s development.  We provide intensive individualized instruction on such transition skills as employment, training, independent living, and community participation.  Activities in authentic environments facilitate the generalization of learned skills, as the students improve social and communication skills required for future success. The program also focuses on functional academics in language arts, math, science, and social studies. Many of the students complete requirements for a high school diploma, and all who participate in the program leave with a portfolio and resume as they enter the post-secondary world of adulthood.

Classroom Features

  • Highly structured classroom environments
  • Integrated  LPN, physical, speech/language, behavioral, and occupational therapy 
  • Art & Music Therapy
  • Extended school year (249 days) with Rolling Admissions
  • Functional Academics: Reading/Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies
  • Vocational experience opportunities
  • Community-based learning
  • Total communication classroom
  • Experienced assistant teachers
  • Recreation/leisure activities & physical fitness
  • Assistive/Adaptive 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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