CT Services for Children & Families
We are making a positive difference in the lives of the children and families we serve through comprehensive services designed to optimize academic, social, behavioral, and emotional development.
IPPI is committed to using proven methods that work. Our professionally trained staff deliver the highest known quality of services and employ the evidence-based treatment methods of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to treat individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Partners in Success: School Consultation
IPPI School Consultation services are dedicated to serving individuals age 3-21 with a wide range of abilities, both directly and through training and support for the professionals working with those individuals. Led by a team of psychologists and behavior analysts, IPPI uses evidenced-based practices to achieve successful outcomes. IPPI is ever-evolving and provides integrated services in a flexible, outcome-oriented way that best suits each individual, their teachers, support staff, and loved ones. Learn more
IPPI Learning Academy
The IPPI Learning Academy is a private, state-approved special education school with locations in Stamford, Stratford, and Naugatuck. The school serves young people ages 5 through 21 who have a variety of disabilities that include autism, emotional disturbance, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and intellectual disabilities. Referrals are made by school districts and/or parents in the state of CT. Learn more
Permanency Services Foster Care
We know that youth in foster care can thrive in a caring, supportive environment. That’s why IPPI partners with the CT Department of Children and Families (DCF) and other referral agencies to provide support for foster youth in Connecticut. We recruit and facilitate the training of highly skilled foster parents, offer case management, clinical supervision, and pre and post-placement support and services. Learn more
School & Consultation Professional Staff
Permanency Services Foster Care Staff
ABA Autism Initial Intake Line
203.317.2700 Ext. 102