November 23, 2017



Hartford Autism Regional Program



 The Hartford Autism Regional Program provides educational and clinical services for students in elementary school through high school who have autism or other related developmental disabilities. Using principles of applied behavior analysis, this program strives to teach students effective communication skills, social skills, functional academic skills, self-help/personal care skills, ADL skills and pre-vocational/ vocational skills training.

The team is comprised of an on-site Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Licensed Special Education teachers, a Speech-Language Pathologist, an Occupational Therapist, a Physical Therapist and Paraprofessional support staff. They provide individual and small group instruction, both in school and in the community, to help their students generalize and maintain their skills in all environments.

The team strives to provide students with the skills necessary for them to "learn how to learn". The program supports students and families with all transitions, whether that be to a less restrictive setting such as back to their sending school, to another collaborative/alternative placement, or to adult services upon graduation.




Contact Us
For more information on this program please contact Jessica Poludin:

By Phone:

  • 802-649-2095


By E-mail:

  • poludinj@hartfordschools.net