Campus Academy Foundations for Life Program

The primary goal of the Foundations for Life Program is to support students who have completed high school in obtaining the greatest level of independence possible in their home community.

The program curriculum includes:

  • Identifying vocational interests and skills
  • Searching and applying for jobs
  • Interviewing skills
  • Working with a vocational counselor to obtain volunteer or paid work opportunities
  • Preparation for college
  • Dual enrollment program that allows eligible students to take 1-2 courses per semester in local community colleges
  • Independent/community living skills development
  • Pragmatic social skills development through group lessons and real-life application. Students work closely with SEEM clinicians on developing strategies on social-emotional and mental health issues
School Year - Number of Days: 
School Year - Hours Per Day: 
Summer - Number of Days: 
20 (stand alone)
Summer - Hours Per Day: 
Therapeutic Services Available: 
Counseling, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Wraparound Therapy

Parent Support Program: Students & their families have access to Wraparound services.

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Primary Population/Disability: 
Other Population Served: 
Autism, Communication, Specific Learning, Substance Abuse
Type of Program: 
Public Day
Ages Served: 
18, 19, 20, 21, 22+
Contact Person(s): 
Maureen Crowley
Campus Academy Foundations for Life Program
25 William Street
02180 Stoneham , MA
United States
Massachusetts US