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Meeting Street is where infants, preschoolers and children of all ages and abilities receive individualized attention from highly trained, dedicated educators, therapists, and staff who work as a team, sharing strategies and identifying solutions to bring out the best in each and every child. The word we hear parents use most often to describe us is, “caring” — caring that continues throughout the day and extends beyond our campus into neighborhoods and homes where we forge strong partnerships with families to help them best meet the challenges in their children’s lives. We’re known for helping children with multiple and severe challenges, however, we also work with children who have minor delays. We also take care of children from birth to age 3 in our Early Intervention program, which is one of the largest and oldest in the state. Children who are typically developing attend our Bright Futures Early Learning Center, The Grace School (K-8), and The Carter School (9-12+) — where they can also benefit from the high teacher-to-student ratio and focus on individual goals. Throughout the day we keep in touch with one another’s efforts and informally brainstorm inventive solutions. We work closely with parents. After all, families count on us for support and answers, and we have 60 years of experience to bring to bear on their toughest problems. At Meeting Street we believe in the power of inclusion and foster it in all we do. Our goal is to create an environment, and ultimately a world, where individuals of all abilities learn, play, work, and live together.