The Chase’s Place Difference:
Chase’s Place has a 2:1 student/teacher ratio to encourage the individual care and help we feel each child needs in their development as a person.
Our programs are individualized for each student and include Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Recreational Therapy.
Chase’s Place programs focus not only on traditional academics, but also on social skills, self-help skills, functional living skills, and community skills.
Chase’s Place kids are involved in their community! Our students are always out and about, venturing to a variety of places, including local restaurants, the library, the post office, and the YMCA.
Chase’s Place accepts students with all types of diagnoses including Autism, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and many other childhood disorders.
Chase’s Place also accepts students with severe behavioral problems, students who are nonverbal, and students who are not yet toilet trained.
Chase’s Place has recently moved to a new facility. Located inside the Warren Center, there are several state-of-the-art classrooms available for the specific needs your child might have. The school is fully equipped with bathrooms attached to each classroom, a motor-skills/recreational therapy room, and a full outdoor playground.
The devoted staff at Chase’s Place is specifically educated to teach children who experience challenges completing everyday tasks and developing basic knowledge. We are focused on providing individual instruction to our students. With teachers, assistants, and therapists, we maintain an impressive 2:1 staff to student ratio and offer small class sizes of 4 to 6 students.
Peers and Friends
Each student at Chase’s Place learns a tremendous amount from their teachers and family. But at Chase’s Place an additional type of learning occurs: “Learning from Peers”. Chase’s Place gives special needs children the opportunity to interact with others in a community of similar individuals. Many parents comment on how happy their children are now because of their daily social interactions at Chase’s Place.
Families are vital to the success of the Chase’s Place program. Our staff works closely with each student’s family to ensure the successful transfer of skills between school and home. Parents are always encouraged to observe and/or visit the classrooms by appointment. Together, the Chase’s Place staff and the student’s parents develop a plan to successfully meet the needs of the child both in the classroom and at home.
Chase’s Place provides a nurturing, supportive environment that encourages our students to discover new abilities and enables them to explore and discover the many possibilities that the world has to offer. Instruction extends beyond the classroom into the surrounding community. Field trips and other activities provide students the opportunity to utilize the life skills they are attaining in a multitude of settings and with a variety of people.
Click the icon above to watch our video. Meet some of our families, hear their stories, and learn about the things that make our school such a special place.