At Action Based Enterprises, we employ an individually tailored approach, giving all of the students and adults in our programs the best opportunity to realize their full potential.
Our low staff to student and client ratio, along with our high quality teachers, trainers and support staff, facilitate the hands on assistance, support, teaching and training that have produced an impressive track record of results. This is the case for Our top flight school for students with behavioral disabilities and learning challenges state of the art employment Center for adults with developmental disabilities and our high quality adult day programs:
- Our School meets and exceeds IEP goals and state standards, achieving consistent success in resolving behavioral issues
- Our Employment Center achieves successful job placements
- Our Day Services result in marked progress towards self-sufficiency and client and family satisfaction is evidenced-by high retention rates.
Two students from ABE, Travis Berthiuame, age 9 and Christopher Foley, age 8, participated in the Special Olympics for the first time along with their teacher/coach, Danielle Beaudry. Travis and Christopher were the youngest members of the Woonsocket Wildcats team and...read more
Action Based Enterprises recently opened a new state-of the-art Employment Center at 283 Pond Street, enabling the expansion of its existing program. Offerings include computer classes, pre-vocational skills training, career exploration, outings to community work...read more
This first edition of Action Based Enterprises’ (ABE) e-newsletter focuses on the work success of Patrick Fontaine, one of our participants, highlights the expansion of our Employment Center, and features Chelsea Coen, a direct support professional in the Adult...read more
Last Friday, The Woonsocket Elks threw a fundraiser for longtime ABE client Jared Cournoyer, who was recently put in hospice care due to his ongoing health issues. The Woonsocket Call covered the story. Over 300 people showed up to support Jared! Thank you so much for...read more