Commissioner of Education’s visit

October 31, 2019

Massachusetts' Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education, Jeff Riley, made a special appearance at the Milestones Day School, an accredited and approved Chapter 766 private therapeutic school in Waltham serving students with challenges in executive functioning, sensory integration, and social pragmatics, to gain a deeper understanding of the school's mission, classroom facilities, and premier comprehensive programming that serves out-of-district special…

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Using Technology and GPS

June 24, 2017

Over the past few years, there have been many news stories of children with special needs who have wandered off or been separated from their parents. With the evolution of technology and global positioning trackers,...

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Life Skills Learning this Summer

June 13, 2017

For many families, summer means a change in routine and a time of relaxing with friends and relatives. For students, summer translates into no homework and not having to sit in a classroom all day long....

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10 Tips to Avoid Summer Slide

June 6, 2017

“Summer slide” is the tendency for students to lose some of the achievement gains they made during the previous school year. This can include social skills, reading skills, math facts, or other areas of learning...

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Autism and Employment

May 25, 2017

Finding meaningful employment can be a struggle for anyone. As a caregiver or parent of a young adult with ASD moving into the workforce, you want to not only to prepare your family member on...

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Reluctant Readers and Autism

May 11, 2017

Reading can be such a joyous and special time to escape into another world and learn about so many things around us. Sharing reading with a child can be a great way to connect and...

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