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34 Winter St.
Dearborn Academy is a special education day school serving children with emotional, social and learning challenges.
Beverly School for the Deaf
6 Echo Ave.
Beverly School for the Deaf is open to all children with any degree of hearing loss, from preschool to high school.
Franciscan Hospital for Children – Kennedy Day School
30 Warren St.
The Kennedy Day School provides children ages 3 to 22 with their own Individualized Education Program.
71 Pearl St.
Farr Academy accepts students in grades 7 through 12 and provides them with the right programs to help them learn and grow academically, socially and emotionally.
Judge Rotenberg Educational Center
250 Turnpike St.
Serves children from age 3 to adult and offers many different programs ranging from special needs day, respite and residential school.
551 Route 6A
Riverview School offers boarding school as well as a day school for children ages 11 to 19. They also offer a five week summer program for ages 17 to 22.
The Paul Center
39 Concord Rd.
The Paul Center offers programs for children 6 to 21 years old. The programs have many different options depending on your needs, ranging from Saturday Respite Care to an overnight summer camp.
Schwartz Center for Children
1 Posa Place
The Schwartz Center for Children offers many different programs and services for children with special health care needs as young as newborns.
Fall River Deaconess Home
P.O Box 2118
Fall River Deaconess Home offers residential and educational programs to young women ages 11 to 22.
1 Winch St.
The main focus for Reed Academy is to promote emotional and academic growth for young boys with special needs. They offer residential school as well as a day program.
Learning Center for the Deaf
848 Central St.
The Learning Center for the Deaf offers campus based programs for children ages 3 to 14 who are deaf or hard of hearing.
446 Monterey Rd.
Eagleton School offers private, year-round residential and therapeutic programs for boys ages 9 to 12 years old.
Cardinal Cushing Centers
405 Washington St.
The Cardinal Cushing Center offers children of all ages with intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disabilities many different programs and services to help the students reach their goals.
Eagle Hill School
242 Old Petersham Rd.
The Eagle Hill School offers students in grades 8 through 12 a college prep boarding school program. They also offer academic and recreational summer camps for ages 10 to 18 years old.
453 Concord Ave.
The Cotting School offers students ages 3 to 22 years old education programs that are specialized for each student.
Community Therapeutic Day School
187 Spring St.
Community Therapeutic Day Schools offers children ages 3 to 12 years old with neurologic and emotional disabilities different programs ranging from a 10-month program to a four-week summer program.
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The Carroll School
25 Baker Bridge Rd.
The Carroll School is a day school for elementary and middle school students who have specific learning disabilities.
Willie Ross School for the Deaf
32 Norway St.
Willie Ross School for the Deaf offers a dual campus program for children in pre-k to high school.
St. Ann’s Home & School
100A Haverhill St.
St. Ann’s Home and School offers young children and adolescents a residential program, day school program and outpatient services.
Clarke School for the Deaf
Center for Oral Education
47 Round Hill Road
With many different locations, the Clark School offers children who are deaf and hard of hearing with skills they will need to succeed in life.
429 Hale St.
Landmark School offers co-educational programs for grades 2 through 12.
May Institute (multiple locations)
41 Pacella Park Drive
May Institute offers year-round programs to children with autism.
Boston Higashi School
800 North Main St.
Boston Higashi School offers residential and day programs to children and young adults with autism.
Perkins School for the Blind
175 North Beacon St.
Perkins School for the Blind offers many educational programs and services for adults and children who are blind, visually impaired and deaf and blind.
Learning Prep School
1507 Washington St.
Learning Prep School offers day programs to children with language and learning challenges, ages 7 to 22 years old.
The Gifford School
177 Boston Post Rd.
The Gifford School offers small class sizes to lower school, middle school and high school students to help the students receive individual support during classes.
G. Stanley Hall School
41 Randolph Rd.
G. Stanley Hall School is a traditional school offering individualized programs to students’ ages 8 to 13 years old.