Behavior & Adaptive Skills Education



Lattice's Behavior & Adaptive Skills Education is a structured and supportive environment where students practice and learn functional communication, daily living, and behavior management skills in a group setting.


The students that attend  the Behavior & Adaptive Skills Education (BASE) are typically diagnosed with a developmental disability and behavioral challenges, require an intensive and structured afternoon setting, and are between the ages of 5-22.  The program operates Monday-Friday 1-4:30pm during the school year and for five weeks in the summer. During the summer, the program is open from Tuesday-Friday 12-4:30 to accommodate community student's shortened school days for extended school year.


Funding is typically provided by the Regional Center or by the student's private health insurance.