N.J. autism school helps students learn communication, life skills

08/25/2011 | Gloucester County Times (Woodbury, N.J.), The

The Bankbridge Development Center in Gloucester County, N.J., serves students between ages 3 and 21 who have autism spectrum disorders and cannot be educated in their local school districts. Local districts pay the school's $33,000 tuition if they decide a student would be better served at Bankbridge. The specialized school was designed to meet students' sensory needs, and the curriculum includes a focus on communication and life skills, as well as core academics.

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