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Vocational Center Students Assist Area Programs

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Vocational Center Students Assist Area Programs League School’s Vocational Center focuses on developing the work skills that will be needed for the student’s future employment.  From the basics of obtaining an assignment and attending to the task to the more advanced tasks of operating a multi-feature photocopier or maintaining organization of items in a laminating Read more…

Research on Spoken Language and Autism

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Research on Spoken Language and Autism There is exciting news coming out of The Autism Center of Excellence at Boston University, according to an article in the ASHA Leader entitled “Seeking an Elusive Goal in Severe Autism: Spoken Language”. The center has been awarded a $9 million grant from the National Institute of Deafness and Read more…

Pathfinder’s Middle School Fall Adventure

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Pathfinder’s Middle School Fall Adventure   On Friday, October 31, the Pathfinders Middle School class went to Ward’s Berry Farm in Sharon on our community trip for a not so haunted hay ride and fall exploration. Our hayride tour guide, Chris, ensured we knew all about varieties of corn, squash, gourds, and pumpkins as we Read more…

2014 Greater Boston Walk Now for Autism Speaks

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League School Walks at The Xfinity Center!   League School of Greater Boston participated again this year in the 2014 Greater Boston Walk Now for Autism Speaks on Sunday, October 19.  After many years of walking at Suffolk Downs racetrack in East Boston, this year’s venue was The Xfinity Center (formerly known as the Great Read more…

TEACHING INDEPENDENCE IN THE COMMUNITY

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TEACHING INDEPENDENCE IN THE COMMUNITY   Independence is an important part of growing up, and as young adults, the students in Room 221 are hard at work to attain skills that will make them more independent.  Throughout each school day we work on organization, hygiene, money skills, vocational tasks, home skills, following written/visual directions, and Read more…