STAR Program-EBD

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.

Staff are trained in de-escalation techniques and focus on helping children develop trusting relationships with peers and adults. Collaboration with community agencies is incorporated to support home/school communication. The program incorporates a level system based on five points of respect: Self, Peers, Adults, Personal Space, and Materials/environment. Each point has a minimum of 10 check-in opportunities within the school day building to a possible 50 points/day. This provides ongoing reinforcement and facilitation for interactions through the student’s day. A token economy system is also built into the program system. The teaching of emotional/behavior regulation is embedded within the program protocols. Consultation with social worker, behaviorist, occupational therapist and speech therapists builds teaching of regulation and social skills.

Calendar
School Year - Number of Days: 
180
School Year - Hours Per Day: 
6
Summer - Number of Days: 
24
Summer - Hours Per Day: 
5
Therapeutic Services Available: 
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy

Parent Support Program: Daily home/school communications. Educational and resource support. Monthly Parent Advisory Groups. Individualized supports as needed.

Additional Program Information: Collaboration with outside agencies and family supports as needed (including attendance at wrap-around meetings when possible).

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Collaborative: 
Primary Population/Disability: 
Autism, Emotional, Health, Specific Learning
Type of Program: 
Public Day
Ages Served: 
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Grades Served: 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Contact Person(s): 
Anita Woods, M.Ed.
508-420-6950 ext. 15
Location(s):
Cape Cod Collaborative
418 Bumps River Road
02655 Osterville , MA
United States
Massachusetts US