At Action Based Enterprises, we employ an individually-tailored approach, giving all 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 or developmental disabilities, our 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 and meaningful skill development.
- Our Day Services result in marked progress towards self-sufficiency, and client and family satisfaction is evidenced-by high retention rates.
This edition of Action Based Enterprises’ (ABE) e-newsletter features Tristan Lee, one of our third grade students, outlines our successful approach to kindergarten through 8th grade education and highlights one of our elementary school teachers, Meagan Kuszewski....read more
FEAT description DATE: Saturday, March 18, 2017, 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM Location: Sherlock Center on Disabilities at RI College, Providence, RI A light lunch and snacks will be provided. There is no fee to attend. The Sherlock Center on Disabilities, in partnership with...read more
Hi folks, We wanted to share information about the ABLE Savings Program, which was announced this week by Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth Magaziner. This is the information Treasurer Magaziner released when he announced the program: Rhode Island General Treasurer...read more
March 15, 2017 5:00 – 8:00 PM James L. Maher Center 906 Aquidneck Road Middletown, RI 02842 Register by March 10th. Join us to learn more about employment possibilities for your adult family member with an intellectual disability. The discussion will address:...read more