The GAP Program is a post graduate program for individuals with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Specific Learning Disability, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, Social and/or Emotional learning challenges. Students will participate in a course of study designed to provide the skills and knowledge to explore and participate in transitional options beyond their high school experience. This program is specifically designed for those individuals who have average to above average cognitive functioning, have been successful in accessing grade level course work, have met graduation requirements (may or may not have received a HS diploma) and are between the ages of 18-21 years old.
The GAP Program runs from September to May and is divided into two semesters (Fall & Spring). The program offers seven distinct units of study and a variety of seminars. Students will be enrolled in courses and a variety seminars depending on their individual needs. More information is available on the program flyer.
We are pleased to announce that for the first time ever, independent applications (parent paid) are now being accepted.
GAP Press Release – January 16, 2020 – GAP announces receipt of mini grant from South Shore Community Partners in Prevention.
District Referral Applicant Questionnaire and Essay Prompt
Independent Applicant Questionnaire and Essay Prompt
Independent Applicant Teacher Reference Letter Form
LOCATION: **Effective 9/6/2022, GAP will be located at 6 Resnik Road, Suite 201 in Plymouth.
REFERRALS: Referrals accepted from public school districts only and should be sent to:
Deb Booth, PACES Director
42 Industrial Park Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360
Tel: 508-747-6686 x2701