What this school has done for my son in such a short time – It’s un-explainable. I have peace of mind now knowing my son is going to be safe and taken care of. I would like for every parent to feel what I feel when I leave my son with such wonderful and loving people.
10 Reasons Connections Is Important to Our Community
To foster the development of the necessary learning, social, and self-care skills in students on the autism spectrum using evidence-based practices and a family-centered approach.
Connections Education Center of the Palm Beaches believes all children with Autism Spectrum Disorder can learn, become self-motivated life-long learners, function as responsible citizens, and actualize their potential as productive citizens in both local and global societies and in the 21st century workforce.
Provides a safe and nurturing environment with a deep respect for children and young adults with autism as unique individuals.
Collaborates with students, teachers, families, and community partners to enable our students to reach their maximum potential.
With over 80% of our students from low income families, provides much-needed programs to an underserved population.
Provides state-of-the-art technology to afford our students the opportunity to communicate with peers, family members, and in the community.
Addresses drowning, the number one cause of death in children with autism, by providing an aquatics and recreation program to students.
Provides an environment where innovative materials and evidence-based practices are implemented by an experienced, multi-disciplinary team of professionals.
Supports and acts as a resource for parents of children and young adults on the spectrum both before and after school and on the weekend.
Makes academics, life skills and clinical interventions, elements of every part of a student’s day, maximizing therapeutic and learning opportunities with a student to staff ratio of 2:1.
Creates and maintains in-house and community-based employment experiences for young adults of all levels of the autism spectrum.
Uses a variety of avenues (music, art, sports, technology, etc.) to provide the individual with autism a strength-based program.