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What is

Daily Life Therapy ? ®

Daily Life Therapy® is 24 hours of structured educational programming which focuses on the whole person’s character through “heart-to-heart” education, based on bonding between students and teachers. It is an educational philosophy and way of teaching found only at two schools: the Boston Higashi School in Randolph, Massachusetts and

The Campus The Boston Higashi School is a 55-acre site of rolling hills, nature trails, playgrounds, a new pool and athletic complex, student housing and school buildings that form a dynamic space for exploration, growth and learning. The many activities during the Day and Residential Programs are designed to make full use of the site by all of the students. They garden in the greenhouse, jog around the school paths, and study science in the woods. It is truly a stimulating environment for the mind, body and spirit.

the Musashino Higashi Gakuen in Tokyo, Japan. Daily Life whole child via the three fundamental pillars:

Helping children with autism exceed expectations since 1987

Admissions

Therapy® employs a holistic approach to education of the

Boston Higashi School employs a rolling admission process, and serves students ages 3-22 with diagnoses within the category of

• Physical Stamina Building • Emotional Stability • Intellectual Stimulation

Autism Spectrum Disorder. We are approved to operate a 217 Day Program, and 304 & 365 Residential Programs by the Massachusetts Department

of

Elementary

and

Secondary

Education

and

Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. The school is accredited by The National Commission for the Accreditation of

Together, these pillars provide the core foundation of a

Special Education Services. Students hail from Massachusetts, as

broad and full education, rather than merely focusing on

well as a variety of national and international locations. The Boston

remediating deficits.

Higashi School does not discriminate on the basis of a student’s race, color, sex, national origin, age or sexual orientation. For more information, please contact the Admissions Office at (781) 961-0800 (x104) or admissions@bostonhigashi.org.

Boston Higashi School

Higashi Overview Brochure  

This brochure is a brief summary of our program, for a general overview of the Boston Higashi School.

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