Easterseals Lancaster School

PO Box 311, 525 Prospect Street
Lancaster, NH 03584
Gretchen Cook, Program Director
Phone: 603.788.0911
Fax: 603.788.3888

Population Served:

Autism, Developmental Delay, Emotional Disturbance, Intellectual Disability, Other Health Impairment, Specific Learning Disabilities, Speech-Language Impairments, Multiple Disabilities, Traumatic Brain Injury

School Profile:



Approved grades:

Grades 5-12

Number of days open: 

Year round


Day and residential



Location and Facilities:

Lancaster, New Hampshire: Single building school and residential facility on a beautiful 200 acre property. Extensive involvement in local communities for educational, recreational, and vocational activities.

Admissions Procedures:

Referral: Documents requested to begin process are copies of the current IEP and most recent evaluations.

Tour and Interview: This process is individualized to meet the needs of the family and student. We can travel to meet a student if needed.

Placement: If the parent/guardian and/or school district would like to officially pursue placement, we schedule a meeting to answer any questions, clarify documentation needed prior to admission, and identify supports needed for the transition.

Admission: The student can be officially admitted when all required documentation is received. The process can be expedited when appropriate due to safety of the client or the need for immediate educational services (such as in the case of a court ordered residential placement)

Programs and Services:

5-12, Vocational classes, Related Services (Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy), Art Programs, Music Programs, and Behavioral Support Program.

Additional Information:

History and Philosophy:

Easterseals provides exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work, and play in their communities.