Life Roles Transition Center

The Life Roles Transition Center (LRTC) provides individualized educational and community-based programming aligned with the MA Common Core and the National Transition Standards. The program serves students aged 15 – 22, who have fulfilled their MCAS Alternate Assessment requirements and are working towards a certificate of completion. LRTC provides students with individualized services that range from functional academics to community-based instruction, meaningful internships/work experiences, and learning skills related to independent activities. Instruction in activities of daily living, self-advocacy, employability skills, social skills, and pragmatic language are all part of LRTC’s commitment to support students as they transition to adulthood.

Transition assessments identify and prioritize students’ interests, preferences, strengths, and needs. Data from assessments is used to develop a comprehensive individualized action plan with post-secondary goals for education and adult living. Supervised school and communitybased life experiences are part of a holistic approach to transitioning students from school to communitybased adult life. LRTC offers 10-month programming with the option of Extended School Year Services and 12-month programming based on each student’s IEP.

Calendar
School Year - Number of Days: 
180 and 223
School Year - Hours Per Day: 
6.5
Summer - Number of Days: 
28 for 180 day program
Summer - Hours Per Day: 
6
Therapeutic Services Available: 
Adaptive Physical Education (APE), Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Behavioral Consultation, Counseling, Hearing Services, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Vision Services

Parent Support Program: Home Based support Services, Friday Morning Clinical, individual clinical support meetings, consultation with multidisciplinary team. Several Parent Nights during the year.

Additional Program Information: Programming includes transition planning and assessment as well as planned learning experiences in community settings, work experiences with job coaching.

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Primary Population/Disability: 
Autism, Communication, Intellectual, Multiple Disabilities, Physical
Other Population Served: 
Health, Neurological, Sensory: Hearing, Sensory: Vision, Specific Learning
Type of Program: 
Public Day
Ages Served: 
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22+
Grades Served: 
9, 10, 11, 12
Contact Person(s): 
Nancy Regan
Director of Student Services
508-335-7543
Location(s):
Life Roles Transition Center Public Day School
555 Kelley Boulevard
02760 North Attleboro , MA
United States
Massachusetts US