Florida charter school for students with autism plans expansion

11/23/2009 | TCPalm.com (Fort Pierce, Fla.) (free content)

A small Florida charter school for students with autism is moving in hopes of providing additional services and expanding enrollment. Reopening at the renovated site of a former preschool in January, the Hope Center for Autism plans to become a community resource for families affected by the disorder, providing a central location for instruction as well as on-site occupational and speech therapies.

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