The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. (IPPI) today announced the launch of a new website designed to provide information on programs and services for adults and children with autism and other developmental disabilities in Connecticut, Maryland (dba Mid-Atlantic Human Service Corp.), Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
The Institute provides specialized lifelong supports to people of all ages who experience special learning, behavioral, medical, and neuropsychiatric problems conditions that are often referred to as developmental disabilities. According to Dr. Roger Strauss, Ph.D., IPPI’s Executive President,“The recently launched website includes comprehensive information on the programs and services we have available.”
The new IPPI website is designed to act as a resource center for individuals, families, professionals and government agencies enabling them to locate specific services and programs offered by The Institute.
IPPI’s services include ABA Therapy, Positive Behavior Supports, Early Intervention, Private Special Needs Schools and School Consultation Programs, In-Home Services, Therapeutic Foster Care as well as Residential, Day and Vocational programs.
“The Institute’s purpose is to make a difference in the lives of the adults and children we serve by helping them be the best they can be and translating their goals into meaningful accomplishments.” stated Dr. Strauss. A well respected leader in the field, IPPI has been providing services for over thirty years to those with autism and other developmental disabilities with the philosophy that service begins with a commitment to the individual. IPPI’s values reflect our respect and compassion for people with special needs and our belief in “Individual Lives. Individual Solutions.”
IPPI (ippi.org) is a private, non-profit human service and educational organization based in Vermont that provides treatment and support to persons with special and educational needs throughout Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. In addition, The Institute provides consultation and training programs to families, schools, organizations, and governmental agencies across the United States.