The Evergreen Center, a residential school, serves children and young adults aged 6 to 22 who have been diagnosed with autism, intellectual impairments, developmental disabilities, behavior disorders and physical handicaps.
The Evergreen Center was founded in 1982 by Dr. Robert F. Littleton, Jr. to provide day and residential treatment services for children and adolescents with severe developmental disabilities. Evergreen's standard for successful instruction is social competence and community participation. We believe children will develop to their maximum potential when instruction is woven through daily activities and living environments.
• Evergreen students live in residential neighborhoods and travel to and from our school each day through the Blackstone Valley Massachusetts countryside.
• Our individualized education programs are based upon the principles of applied behavioral analysis and evidence-based practice.
• The Evergreen Center employs a multi-disciplinary team of trained professionals responsible for the success of each student's individualized education program.
• Our parents are involved in all aspects of their child's individualized education program, providing key information and setting realistic goals.
Number of students enrolled104
Student Teacher Ratio2:1
Annual Tuition Price RangeDistrict Funded
345 Fortune Boulevard, Milford, Massachusetts 01757, United States