Students with autism show improvement at Va. private school

12/28/2010 | Roanoke Times (Va.), The

Two young students with autism spectrum disorders profiled in newspaper articles have made significant progress since attending a private school program in Virginia. The Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center provides individualized instruction and applied behavioral therapy. One of the profiled students has been cleared to attend a public school without receiving special education in kindergarten.

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