Director of Admissions
David Dunleavy
Admissions Phone
Physical Address
81 Sabbaday Lane
Washington, CT
theglenholmeschool.org
The Glenholme School is celebrating 50 years as the premier independent, coeducational, special needs boarding school for students, ages 10 to 21, facing social, emotional, and learning challenges associated with ASD, ADHD, OCD, Tourette, depression, and anxiety. The school provides a positive and nurturing atmosphere designed to help students build competence socially, emotionally, and academically. • Accredited by NEASC • College Preparatory & Career Development Curriculums • Strategies for Learning • Executive Function Instruction • Clinical services may include social skill assessments, a behavior support plan, a functional behavioral assessment (FBA), and a treatment summary. • Individualized Therapy integrates In Vivo, or in the environment, and family sessions. • Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) • Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) • Social Skills Coaching • Animal-Assisted Therapy • Equestrian Program • Culinary Program • A rich selection of extracurricular activities encompassing performing arts, interscholastic sports, fitness, community service, and more. *** For more information see the facts listed below or click on the website link to the right. ***

General Information

Non-Profit
Privately Owned
Devereux Foundation

Residential Treatment

No
10 - 18
Yes
Yes
36 Months
125
Suburban
Mostly doubles with shared baths in cottages
Secured with students generally in line-of-sight
No
MIDDLE: Family can opt in & out of their involvement based off the timing and current issues in treatment
0%
0%
0%
50%
50%

Insurance

Call for more Information
Contractor
No

Therapy - Individual

Yes, part of the program cost
2 Hours
1
All therapists are licensed by the state of operation
12 Clients
Yes

Therapy - Group

No

Additional Professionals & Medical Rule Outs

> 50%
Medically-complex students are considered on a case-by-case basis. Call for more information.
No
Yes

Treatment Modalities

No
Yes
Yes
Mindfullness is practiced throughout the day.
Yes

Staff

1:12
Yes
Yes
College Degree
80 Hours

Academic

5 - 12
College
Call for more Information
1:12
Traditional teacher-led class
Teachers support blended learning
Yes
Yes
Year Round School (either quarters, trimester, semesters)
No
Yes
Not Applicable
Yes

Transition Programming

Yes
Call for information on the transition program .
Call For More Information
< 50%

Accreditation

State License
SEVIS
CAIS, CAPSEF, & Int'l Assoc. of Spc Needs Schools

Nuts & Bolts

Yes
Call for more information
No
Call for more information
Hartford [BDL]
1.5 Hours
> 50%
No
Call For More Information
No
Elopement
Infectious Disease
Major Injury | Death
Pregnancy
Restraint
Runaways
1 Hours

General Information

Non-Profit
Privately Owned
Devereux Foundation

Transitional Living / Community Based Support

No
18 - 21

Program

Executive Functioning or Social or Life Skills
Failure to launch
Supportive College Environment
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No
Typical Vacations (holidays, summer, etc)
No
Suburban
Structured Communication
Private Pay and Publicly Funded
Apartment Living: Support staff on call
Housing/staffing vary. Call for more information.

Therapy

Call for more information.
On an as-needed basis. Call for more information.
Not Available

Technology

Students have Laptops
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Not Allowed

Education

Transition Courses, College / University, and Vocational Education options.

Staff

1:12
Yes
Yes

Accreditation

State License
CT Department of Children and Families, CT Department of Education
Licensed by DOE in CT, NY, NJ, MA DC, IL, and CA.
CAIS, SBSA, SEVIC, CAPSEF, and others.

Nuts & Bolts

Call for more information
Call for more information
No
Hartford [BDL]
1.5 Hours
Call For More Information
No
24 Months
36 Months
Call For More Information
Elopement
Infectious Disease
Major Injury | Death
Pregnancy
Restraint
Runaways
Generally within 1 hour, not exceeding 12 hours.
Mission Statement
The Glenholme School is a specialized boarding school that provides a therapeutic program and exceptional learning environment to address varying levels of academic, social and emotional development in boys and girls ages 10-21. The goal of our school is to prepare our graduates for post-secondary college and career opportunities.