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      Autism School

      School is a huge piece of our lives.  I consider school the work of childhood. It’s important for adults to find a job with a good fit for their schedule, the personality of the job, and the type of work. 

      Schools for our kids are no different.  

      These three things need to fit.

            Schedule

            Personality 

            Appropriate work

      Schedule:   A variety of school day schedules are out there.  

      Traditional:   5 days a week, 8-2

      Late start:   5 days a week, 10-4

      Year round:   45 days in school, 15 days off

      Modified:   half a day off, half a day in school

      School Options

      Traditional school year:    This is your traditional neighborhood school.

      Private school:    Religious, language immersion, special education and others.  Privately funded.  Sometimes selective.

      Montessori:    Schools that highly emphasize exploration and experience in the learning process

      Charter Schools:    Free, but may be selective.  Often have a focus on a certain educational strength ie:  the arts

      Alabama

      The Academy

      11306 County Line Rd, Madison, AL 35756

       256-216-5313

      California

      The Kendall Centers

      P.O. Box 5157
      Modesto, CA 95352

       (209) 572-2589

      Wings Learning Center

      1201 Main Street
      Redwood City, CA 94063-1930
      USA

      650-365-3250

      kaplan@wingslearningcenter.org

      Florida

      The Carrie Brazer Center for Autism and Alternative Approaches, Inc

      7530 Sunset Dr (SW 72 St) Miami, FL 33143

      (305) 271-8790

      Santiago and Friends Family Center for Autism

      8617 E. Colonial Drive
      Suite 1100
      Orlando, FL 32817
      info@santiagoandfriends.com

      DePaul School of Northease Florida

      3044 S. San Pablo Road  

      Jacksonville Florida United States 32224

      904.223.3391

      Miami Learning Experience School

      5651 SW 82nd Avenue Rd.

      Miami, FL 33143
      (305) 275-5900
       
       
      210 E. Linebaugh Ave.
      Tampa, FL 33612
      813-935-0232
       
       
      1480 S Military Trail
      West Palm Beach, FL 33415
      (561) 434-2788
       

      Kansas

      Heartspring

       8700 E. 29th St. N. 

       Wichita, KS 67226  

       316-634-8700 

       1-800-835-1043

       

      California

      The Help Group

      13130 Burbank Blvd

      Sherman Oaks, CA 91401

      818.781.0360

       

      Love To Know

      125 Howard Ave Suite 307
       
      Burlingame, CA 94010
       
      admin@lovetoknow.com

       

       

      Massachusetts

      National Autism Center

      41 Pacella Park Drive

      Randolph, MA

      02368 

      (877) 313-3833

       

      Illinois

      Easter Seals

      141 W Jackson Blvd, Suite 1400A

      Chicago, IL 60604 

      800-221-6827 

       

      New Jersey

       

      Eden Autism

      2 Merwick Road
      Princeton, NJ 08540
      609-987-0099

       

      Tennessee

      Chattanooga Autism Center

      1400 McCallie Avenue, Suite 100

      Chattanooga, TN 37404

      (423) 531-6961 (option 2)

       

      All States

      Yelp

      Yelp.com

       

       

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      March 19, 2019

      Autism School

      Autism School

      School is a huge piece of our lives.  I consider school the work of childhood. It’s important for adults to find a job with a good fit for their schedule, the personality of the job, and the type of work. 

      Schools for our kids are no different.  

      These three things need to fit.

            Schedule

            Personality 

            Appropriate work

      Schedule:   A variety of school day schedules are out there.  

      Traditional:   5 days a week, 8-2

      Late start:   5 days a week, 10-4

      Year round:   45 days in school, 15 days off

      Modified:   half a day off, half a day in school

      School Options

      Traditional school year:    This is your traditional neighborhood school.

      Private school:    Religious, language immersion, special education and others.  Privately funded.  Sometimes selective.

      Montessori:    Schools that highly emphasize exploration and experience in the learning process

      Charter Schools:    Free, but may be selective.  Often have a focus on a certain educational strength ie:  the arts

      Alabama

      The Academy

      11306 County Line Rd, Madison, AL 35756

       256-216-5313

      California

      The Kendall Centers

      P.O. Box 5157
      Modesto, CA 95352

       (209) 572-2589

      Wings Learning Center

      1201 Main Street
      Redwood City, CA 94063-1930
      USA

      650-365-3250

      kaplan@wingslearningcenter.org

      Florida

      The Carrie Brazer Center for Autism and Alternative Approaches, Inc

      7530 Sunset Dr (SW 72 St) Miami, FL 33143

      (305) 271-8790

      Santiago and Friends Family Center for Autism

      8617 E. Colonial Drive
      Suite 1100
      Orlando, FL 32817
      info@santiagoandfriends.com

      DePaul School of Northease Florida

      3044 S. San Pablo Road  

      Jacksonville Florida United States 32224

      904.223.3391

      Miami Learning Experience School

      5651 SW 82nd Avenue Rd.

      Miami, FL 33143
      (305) 275-5900
       
       
      210 E. Linebaugh Ave.
      Tampa, FL 33612
      813-935-0232
       
       
      1480 S Military Trail
      West Palm Beach, FL 33415
      (561) 434-2788
       

      Kansas

      Heartspring

       8700 E. 29th St. N. 

       Wichita, KS 67226  

       316-634-8700 

       1-800-835-1043

       

      California

      The Help Group

      13130 Burbank Blvd

      Sherman Oaks, CA 91401

      818.781.0360

       

      Love To Know

      125 Howard Ave Suite 307
       
      Burlingame, CA 94010
       
      admin@lovetoknow.com

       

       

      Massachusetts

      National Autism Center

      41 Pacella Park Drive

      Randolph, MA

      02368 

      (877) 313-3833

       

      Illinois

      Easter Seals

      141 W Jackson Blvd, Suite 1400A

      Chicago, IL 60604 

      800-221-6827 

       

      New Jersey

       

      Eden Autism

      2 Merwick Road
      Princeton, NJ 08540
      609-987-0099

       

      Tennessee

      Chattanooga Autism Center

      1400 McCallie Avenue, Suite 100

      Chattanooga, TN 37404

      (423) 531-6961 (option 2)

       

      All States

      Yelp

      Yelp.com

       

       

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