PACE: Pacific Autism Center for Education - SV

Our Mission at PACE is to provide high quality programs for individuals with autism /developmental disabilities, so they may experience the satisfaction and fulfillment that accompany learning, self expression, self-care, productive work and interpersonal and community experiences. PACE provides for the educational and residential needs of individuals with autism and other developmental disorders.

PACE offers behavioral programs, educational programs and residential programs.

Faces is PACE’s behavioral program located in Redwood City, serving clients throughout the Peninsula and South Bay. Founded by parents in 1995, Faces merged with PACE in 2011. Our mission is to enable children with autism to reach their full potential through early intervention therapy based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). In addition, we offer K-8 school support and resources, and parent consultation and training. Faces serves children and not adolscents and adults, typically fading services by age 12

Faces
220 D Twin Dolphin Drive
Redwood City, CA 94065
T: 650.622.9601
F: 650.649.2911

PACE educational services include: Sunny Day preschool, PACE school,  Speech and Occupational Therapy Services

Sunny Days Preschool location:
897 Broadleaf Lane
San Jose, CA 95128
 

PACE Residential Services:

Residential Overview

PACE owns and operates two children homes and four adult group homes licensed to serve residents from 6 to 59 years of age. PACE offers services and activities that give these individuals opportunities to live productive lives within the community. Programs include personal management, community participation, and recreation/leisure activities.

Our Six Homes

The clients residing in our homes are individuals with Autism and related developmental disabilities who, for a variety of reasons, can no longer live in their family homes. Each group home houses six individuals and is supervised by an Administrator and a House manager who is assisted by a team of trained staff members, 24/7, 365 days a year.

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  • Mahalo House – San Jose, CA
  • Matranga House – San Jose, CA
  • Meadows House - Sunnyvale, CA
  • Miracle House- Cupertino, CA
  • Morehouse – Cupertino, CA

Additional programs:

Porchlight On-Line Learning

Project Porchlight is a series of free-access internet training modules designed to provide parent and caregivers with solutions for behavioral therapy to implement at home. Each module is a short demonstration course, showing theory and hands-on instructions, and giving parents and caregivers specific and concrete examples of behavior modifications. Our aim with this project is to provide parents with a useful resource that can be accessed 24/7, when they need it most. http://porchlighteducation.org

Address: 
1880 Pruneridge Ave
95050 Santa Clara , CA
US
Phone: 
408-245-3400
Fax: 
408-245-3449
Contact email: 
Updated: 
Thu, Jan 31, 2019: 9:30 am
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