B.E.S.T. Program
@ Brookfield Schools

Building Essential Skills Together

Haddon Heights Campus
(Grades Kindergarten to 8th)

The Turning Point

Our Program

Brookfield Haddon Heights Campus an elementary and middle school work with students of average and above-average intelligence whose learning and emotional needs require individualized planning supporting the students existing IEP. The B.E.S.T. Program, located on the Haddon Heights Campus, provides a safe, welcoming classroom environment that serves students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Students in the B.E.S.T.. program have a primary diagnosis of ASD, however can also have comorbid symptomology related to depression, anxiety, and attentional needs.

Art Therapy

Est. 1976

The B.E.S.T. program operates within the same Brookfield School ideology which is a trauma-sensitive/trauma-informed approach. Each student is assigned a trained TF-CBT (Trauma-Focused- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) therapist. The classroom consists of a certified teacher, an RBT (registered behavior technician), and a BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) who oversees the classroom behavioral management. The program utilizes a multi-disciplinary team approach that addresses emotional regulation, social cues, behavior, and educational progress. An evidence-based curriculum and behavior management system are applied in the classroom to monitor progress toward the student’s goals.

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