Autism Curriculum Encyclopedia (ACE)

At our elementary and intermediate levels, students utilize the Autism Curriculum Encyclopedia (ACE). This educational system designed specifically for learners with autism provides staff the ability to assess, teach and evaluate progress using the most evidence based procedures. While using the ACE, students are taught skills spanning across eight domains including but not limited to: discrimination, communication, social, academic, self-help, community, vocational and leisure. This customizable curriculum makes it easy for staff to adapt each lesson to meet their student's needs, graph their progress, and move them throughout the programs quickly, utilizing the individualized pace of instruction to best fit their needs. The ACE is aligned with the state learning standards, as well as aligned to our universal essential outcomes.