Pre - School  Programs

Donna Goodell - Program Director
LABBB Collaborative, Burlington High School
123 Cambridge Street
Burlington, MA 01803
Tel: 781-273-7056
e-mail:

Memorial Elementary, Burlington, MA

Grade: Pre-K

Population: Students with autism spectrum disorder, or other challenges, who benefit from the visual supports and highly structured academic environment.

The focus of this full-day program is to develop skills and independence in the areas of communication, socialization, academic readiness, motor development, and activities of daily living. Teaching strategies are based on the principals of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) including discrete trial training, and guided individual and group instruction. Speech and language, occupational, and physical therapies, as well as behavioral consultation from a BCBA are provided. This program also offers opportunities for inclusion with typically developing peers.


Francis Wyman Elementary, Burlington, MA

Grade: Pre-K - Grade 1

Population: Students with global developmental delay who benefit from a highly structured academic environment.

The focus of this full-day program is to develop skills and independence in the areas of communication, socialization, cognition, motor development, and activities of daily living. The program uses a multi-sensory, total communication approach through individual, small and large group instruction. Students have the opportunity for inclusion with same age typically developing peers. In addition, students participate in a PALs program where older peers within the school come into the classroom to join various activities such as art, play time, lunch and recess. Speech and language, occupational, and physical therapies are provided. The program is also staffed with a nurse to assist students who require medical support.