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Grace S. Webb School 
Address: 200 Retreat Avenue
Hartford, CT, 06106
Description: The Webb School's, at all locations, provide an integrated program of education, clinical supports and other related services to students who are emotionally diturbed (ED) and who are referred by their local education agency. In addition to enrolled students, diagnostic placements and in-district consultations are available. Student cognitive ability ranges from slightly impaired to gifted levels. Students are enrolled in the elementary, middle or high school and receive regular and special education in reading, writing, mathetmatics, physical education, health, science and social studies. Additional, art, music, cooking, horticulture, vocational education (including supportive job experience and community service) and computer science may be a part of a student's program. The curriculum, which is based upon the Connecticut Frameworks, uses standard texts as well as other vehicles of learning and instruction. Formal and informal assessments are an important part of understanding and providing for a student's needs. These may include educational, psychiatric, psychological and neuropsychological, speech/language vocational occupational or other requested evaluations. Speech/language and Occupational Therapy, medication monitoring and some medical accommodations are available. All students participate in appropriate clinical groups and individual therapy. Social and behavioral learning continues throughout the day with a levels/point behavioral system that reinforces growth in academics, social interactions and behavioral problem solving. the aim of the school is to work with families and communities to help students to realize their potential and be productive, healthy, independent members of society. Parents/caretakers and involved agencies are an important part of the school/student link. Clinicians and advisors function as case managers. Contact sheets, phone calls and meetings help everyone be aware of the positive and challenging issues in a timely way so that proactive, collaborative planning can happen. A bilingual outread worker is available. Students may attend The Grace S. Webb School while attending other Institute of Living clinical programs such as the Child and Adolescent inpatient and partial hospital services or the Eating Disorders program. Specialty programs for adolescents with psychotic spectrum disorders and students who have clinical issues related to anxiety and school refusal are available at the Hartford campus. The Grace S. Webb School (Hartford) is located on the grounds of The Institute of Living and serves grades K-12. The Webb School at Cheshire serves students in grades K-8. The Webb School at Bloomfield serves students in grades 8-12.  
Ages: 4-21
Gender: Both 
Capacity: 130 
Director: Kikke Levin- Gerdner,(860) 545-7238
Fax: (860) 545-7037 
Note: This program accepts day students who have been referred by school districts.  
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