The purpose of Sherwood Center’s Special Education program is to support students to acquire and improve developmental skills in critical areas such as socialization, language/communication, activities of daily living, community inclusion, and functional academics.
Recent data has shown us that:
89% of students are showing improvements in the area of Language/Communication 92% in Activities of Daily Living
95% in Functional Academics
97% in Community Inclusion
95% in Behavioral/Social skills.
The purpose of Sherwood Center’s Adult Day program is to enable adults with ASD to maintain and strengthen skills in the areas of daily living, language/communication and socialization in order to live, work and function within their communities as independently as possible. The program helps participants learn new skills and build upon previously acquired skills so they can become as independent as possible in their homes and the larger community.
Sherwood Center provides Special Education Services and Adult Day Services to children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related developmental disabilities. ASD is a complex neurobiological disorder that typically lasts throughout a person’s lifetime. More information about ASD.