Aable Program


The AABLE Classroom at Hunterdon Central offers an individualized program targeting a student’s specific needs in the following areas:

Social
Self-care
Behavior
Academic
Language
Independence
Pre-vocational skills

The AABLE program is overseen by a BCBA and features structured teaching using strategies of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and data-based decisions to make meaningful change.

Key components of the AABLE Classroom:

  • Data-based decisions
  • Ongoing staff training
  • Very low staff to student ratio
  • Trained Special Education Teacher
  • Collaboration with Speech Therapist, BCBA, and Teacher
  • Parent training available by the Special Education Teacher
  • Regular communication with parents to help generalize skills to home
  • Inclusion in PALS electives with peers including PE, Art, Music, Cooking, and Workshop
  • Prepares students for transition into the 18+ program which targets life skills and job sampling.

Director and Supervisors:

Mary Pat Publicover
Interim Director of Special Services
908-284-7249
mppublicover@hcrhs.org

Ann Suter
Supervisor of Special Services
908-284-7149
ann.suter@hcrhs.org

Scott Rebholz
Supervisor of Special Services
908-284-7332
scott.rebholz@hcrhs.org

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SEPAG:

Hunterdon Central has a Special Education Parent Advisory Group. If you would like to be a part of the group, please contact Mr. Rebholz.