Pathways Strategic Teaching Center is a comprehensive education and treatment program servicing children with autism and related disorders. Founded in 1998 through a collaborative effort between the J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center and local parents of children with autism, Pathways is committed to utilizing scientifically validated teaching strategies in improving the lives of children with autism and their families.
Pathways is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art, scientifically validated, educational and treatment services in its Center.
Pathways relies on humane and ethical reinforcement-based teaching and treatment procedures to maximize learning outcomes for the children served.
Pathways assists families and educators in pursuing success for their children in home, school and community settings.
Pathways is committed to training education and human service professionals in state-of-the-art education and treatment practices and contributing to the scientific literature in autism education and treatment.
Pathways Strategic Teaching Center is an education and treatment program designed to maximize independence and enhance the lives of children with autism and other pervasive developmental disorders.
Pathways education and treatment strategies are based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, an organized and systematic approach that has been demonstrated effective in building skills as well as assessing and treating problem behavior...READ MORE
Pathways Strategic Teaching Center provides Applied Behavior Analysis consultation and education in Southern New England region. READ MORE
Pathways Strategic Teaching Center begins serving children at age three. Family participation is an integral part of the student's educational program... READ MORE
- Functional Behavioral Assessment
- Consultation and Training...READ MORE