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“Over the last five years I
have had the pleasure of
seeing Crossroads School
develop into a premier
setting for children on the
autism spectrum.
I am honored to have
contributed to that
achievement through
regular staff training and
ongoing consultation with
parents and faculty via
video conferencing.”
-Dr. Arnold Miller
Language and Cognitive
Development Center
Boston, MA
Crossroads School
45 Cardinal Drive
Westfield, New Jersey 07090
Phone: 908.232.6655
Fax: 908.232.2877
Web: www.ucesc.org
Crossroads School is run under the auspices of the
Union County Educational Services Commission
An innovative public
school developed to
meet the needs of
children between the
ages of 3-12 with
autism spectrum
Programs and Services
Crossroads School implements a rigorous
academic curriculum aligned to the NJ
Preschool Learning Expectations and
Core Curriculum Content Standards.
Discovering the incredible
potential that exists within
every child..
The mission of Crossroads School is
to provide highly-individualized
learning opportunities to all students
based upon their unique strengths,
interests, talents and backgrounds.
We offe r full-d ay preschool,
elementary and summer programs to
children between the ages of 3 and 12
with autism spectrum disorders.
At the heart of our program is a
dedicated and caring team of teachers,
therapists, clinicians, paraprofessionals
and support staff who are committed
to helping all children attain success.
Enrichment programs include music, art,
physical education, social skills, karate,
language skills, sensory-motor skills and
Community Based Instruction.
Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy,
Physical Therapy services are provided in
individual, group and integrated formats
in accordance with IEP recommendations.
Parent training and support services are
coordinated by a multidisciplinary team
consisting of a School Nurse,
Social Worker, Clinical Psychologist and
Neurodevelopmental Pediatrician.
The Miller Method is a unique
cognitive-developmental approach to
developing the capacity of children
with autism spectrum disorders.
This dynamic theory was built on the
premise that children learn more
effectively through whole-body
movement, exploration and interaction
with their surrounding environments.
Goals of the program include
improvements in the areas of:
body awareness and organization,
sensory processing, problem solving
adaptation to change, communication,
socialization and play skills.