The journey to adulthood starts here.
Every young person has a unique story.
That’s where we begin.
At Ivy Street, we support neurodivergent youth through a person-centered model that is driven by collaboration, a willingness to think big, and a commitment to really knowing the young people we serve. Across our educational, residential, and community-based programs, we support adolescents and young adults with disabilities by creating the therapeutic conditions that allow them to thrive. Our approach is evidence-based, trauma-informed, and laser-focused on strengthening healing, deepening community, building skills and accelerating motivation for a successful adulthood.
Commonwealth Magazine Op-Ed by Brandon Cardet-Hernandez, Executive Director, Ivy Street School
Some advice on dealing with people with differences: Don’t automatically assume they need your help RECENTLY I WAS at lunch with some of our students from the Ivy Street School, a therapeutic day and residential school in Brookline for adolescents and young adults who are neurodivergent – which means they’re on the autism spectrum, have a… Read More »Commonwealth Magazine Op-Ed by Brandon Cardet-Hernandez, Executive Director, Ivy Street School
Ivy Street’s Vocational Work featured on WFXT
Tight job market presents opportunities to workers with cognitive or behavioral disabilities Filling job openings can be a full-time job for many employers these days. It’s estimated two available positions exist for every person looking for a job. Those numbers are now creating opportunities for people with development or behavioral disabilities to gain employment. Sarah… Read More »Ivy Street’s Vocational Work featured on WFXT
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