Cape Cod Collaborative

The Mission of the Cape Cod Collaborative is to provide, as an interdependent collaboration of Member School Districts, a flexible, evolving range of high-quality, cost-effective programs and services.

Cape Cod Collaborative Business Office
418 Bumps River Road
02655 Osterville , MA
United States
Massachusetts US

Available Programs

Our classrooms provide support to students who require intensive interventions and individualized programming in a small, highly supportive setting. Communication and behavioral support is an integral component of programming focused on addressing the function of a behavior and environmental interpretations from the student's perspective. Specialized therapy supports as well as assistive technology contribute to the program success. Therapists work in collaboration with staff to embed goals across a student’s day for improved independence.

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CCC S.T.A.R. program is designed to integrate behavioral, social, and academic supports for students that have been unsuccessful in an inclusion setting. Students have demonstrated a need for a high level of support that includes a structured routine with consistent expectations and follow-through. Special education, behavior, and clinical supports are incorporated to help students develop coping skills with the goal of returning to a less restrictive setting. This program serves as an extension of the CCC Waypoint Academy in Bourne. The program incorporates a framework of a positive and supportive school environment.

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Waypoint Academy provides a Common Core Standards based educational setting for students with learning disabilities, social-emotional related disabilities, including trauma based mental health issues, anxiety, depression, attentional disorders, social deficiencies, and behavior challenges. Clinical supports are provided by a team of Licensed Mental Health Counselors,(LMHCs), Adjustment Counselors, Guidance Counselors and a Milieu Specialist. Instructors are DESE Licensed Moderate Special Education Teachers and Content Area Teachers, (CATS), to insure each student gets the individual clinical and instructional supports necessary for improved school performance and adjustment.

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