Learning Center

The Learning Center is a therapeutic educational program located in a public school setting. Students may present with emotional impairment and/or specific learning disabilities. The Learning Center emphasizes a multi-disciplinary approach that provides clinical consultation, ongoing counseling, behavioral programming, and instruction in social pragmatics in conjunction with a focus on academic achievement. The program curriculum is aligned with the Massachusetts Common Core Standards with accommodations tailored on an individual basis to assist each student in accessing the curriculum.

The goals of the program include reintegration into the mainstream, a return to a community high school, diploma acquisition, and transition planning for entry into college or a post-secondary training program. Transitional planning and programming are individualized for each student to assist them in achieving their goals. This may include preparation for college based testing, work-based learning experiences, vocational exploration and soft skill job development, preparation for learning permit testing, and life planning skills such as budgeting.

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Therapeutic Services Available: 
Counseling, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy

Parent Support Program: Bi-County offers many support programs including Home Based support Services, Friday Morning Clinical, individual clinical support meetings, consultation from a multidisciplinary team of providers. There are several Parent Nights to provide information and support.

Additional Program Information: Students may access opportunities for inclusion based on the recommendation of their IEP Team. Students in this program participate in direct and explicit social skills instruction and receive direct counseling services. Programming includes transition planning and assessment as well as planned learning experiences in community settings and vocational learning opportunities.

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Primary Population/Disability: 
Emotional, Specific Learning
Other Population Served: 
Communication, Health, Neurological
Type of Program: 
In a Host School
Ages Served: 
14, 15, 16, 17, 18
Grades Served: 
9, 10, 11, 12
Contact Person(s): 
Nancy Regan
Director of Student Services
Blackstone Millville Regional High School
175 Lincoln Street
01504 Blackstone , MA
United States
Massachusetts US