Autism Campuses

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Several autism campus locations in New Jersey to offer the best match for your student

Across four autism campus locations, we provide a consistent educational experience in order to ensure seamless services for our students. We offer ten month programs featuring low student-to-staff ratios, supervision by highly-trained BCBAs on staff, a comprehensive curriculum focusing on academic achievement and independence, intensive transition support, integrated and consultative speech services, support for families with regular workshops and parent training sessions, and an extended school year program in the summer.

All Autism campuses

For students with Autism, Autism spectrum disorders, Social Communication Disorder, or PDD-NOS
CampusCountyAgesTypeMailing AddressPhoneFaxEmail
AudubonCamden8-19School-within-a-school350 Edgewood Ave. Audubon, NJ 08106(856) 473-3179(856) 522-0799Send email
Mullica Twp.Atlantic3-11School-within-a-schoolP.O. Box 318, 500 Elwood Road Elwood, NJ 08217(856) 528-9640(856) 522-0799Send email
Southeast at MarltonBurlington3-21Self-contained400 South Route 73, Marlton, NJ 08053(856) 346-0007(856) 346-0706Send email

All Y.A.L.E. School autism campuses feature comprehensive educational support based on the principals of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the only evidence-based therapeutic approach shown to benefit individuals with autism. Our highly-trained staff integrates the strategies each student needs to realize maximum success in academics and behavioral competency. These include:

  • Application of Skinner's Functional Analysis of Language
  • Discrete trial instruction
  • Small group instruction
  • Errorless teaching
  • Incidental teaching
  • Video modeling
  • Activity schedules
  • Individualized schedules of reinforcement
  • Computer-based instruction
  • Direct instruction
  • Integrated and consultative speech services

Each of our autism campuses stress collaboration and communication between school and home and with the referring school district. The following practices support strong relationships and enable all partners to share information, provide input, and offer feedback. 

  • Daily, data-specific activity reports
  • Parent observations
  • Regular school district observations
  • Quarterly progress reports
  • On-site parent training and workshops
  • Transition consultation

What people say about our autism programs:

Elias W.

Parent

My wife and I are very happy that we found Y.A.L.E. and got our son admitted into the program. The staff are very qualified, very professional and focused on the educational and growth needs of the students. We see the progress that our son has made—now he sits and plays board games with us at home and the tantrums he used to have are gone—things we now take for granted. In hindsight, we had feared we would never see him get to this level. Even though he still has quite a few years to go at Y.A.L.E., we are already wishing the program could keep him for longer. Y.A.L.E. is a world of a difference from other programs. We know this, because we took our son from a program that promised much but did not deliver.”

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