What is SEPAC?

We are parents of special education students who have joined together to provide information and support to each other.
We meet regularly with school administrators to give our input on the policies and programs that affect our children.


Applied Behavior Analysis as Autism Therapy

For typically developing children, the world around us provides the right conditions to learn language, play, and social skills. But children with autism learn much less easily from the environment without intervention. They have the potential, but it takes a very structured environment, one where conditions are optimized for acquiring the same skills that typical children learn “naturally.”

Join us to learn how Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is used to create an environment that enables children with autism to learn. We will also discuss insurance coverage for ABA services, including coverage available for children of veterans and military members.

Presenter Dr. Robert Levine is a licensed clinical psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who has been working in the field of developmental disabilities for the past nine years. In 2012 he founded Red House Behavior Resources, a company dedicated to in-home ABA therapy for children with autism spectrum disorders.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
7:00 pm – Refreshments
7:30 pm – Program begins

Broadmeadow School Media Center
120 Broadmeadow Road, Needham

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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Emery Grover Building, 2nd Floor Conference Room
1330 Highland Avenue, Needham