Students on the autism spectrum in a school district in West Virginia now have access to on-campus behavioral analysts and other supports through a new, in-house program. The district recently partnered with Grafton Integrated Health Network to launch an onsite program to keep students in their home schools, where they can interact with peers on a regular basis. "The difference is Grafton is here and their classroom is housed at T.A. Lowery, so there's no interruption with busing or the school day for the students and the parents," said Kristen Martin, principal at T.A. Lowery Elementary School.
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