EVERGREEN CENTER
345 Fortune Boulevard
Milford, Massachusetts 01757
Map of Evergreen Center
Phone:  58-478-2631
Fax:  508-634-3251
Web Site:  http://www.evergreenctr.org

Grades: 

Not provided
Enrollment:  Not provided
Setting:  Suburban
District:  Human Services Management Corporation

Welcome to Evergreen Center!
In 1982, the founder of The Evergreen Center, Dr. Robert F. Littleton, Jr., set out to create an integrated learning and living environment where students could achieve their maximum potential. He established a non-profit, residential school, serving children and adolescents with Autism and severe developmental disabilities.

The Evergreen Center believes it is essential to build skills in the areas of communication, basic academics, self-care and social interaction to successfully place students in less restrictive environments and enhance their quality of life. Using Applied Behavior Analysis as the cornerstone of its instructional technologies, Evergreen also believes that students have the best chance to achieve their maximum potential when their education is based on the best evidenced-based practices available.

The Center understands the obstacles that students with developmental, medical and behavioral needs encounter, and believes that the achievement of social competence is a reliable predictor of a student's successful adjustment to a lifestyle centered in community participation.

Today, Evergreen students live in group homes in local communities, supported by a caring and knowledgeable staff. Each day they travel to and from school, and in their free time shop, bank, dine, participate in recreation and socialize in the community.

The Evergreen Center is:
Approved by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care.
Certified by the Department of Education in New York and New Jersey.
A Member of the National Association of Private Special Education Facilities and Massachusetts Association of 766 Approved Private Schools.