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Café 201






Café 201 runs like a well oiled machine! Students visit classrooms on Wednesdays with a complete menu to collect orders from the teachers and staff. Friday morning you can smell bacon coming from Room 201 as Ms. Perlson and her group of talented students, or chefs, prepare meals. There are several delicious options such as pancakes, waffles, sausage, eggs, and fresh fruit and the classroom is equipped with a stove top and oven, several microwaves and toasters, and a skillet. Friday afternoons are spent delivering receipts and collecting bills. Ms. Perlson integrates valuable lessons for her students into this unique opportunity that has everyone at Linden Grove looking forward to Friday!

Kroger Community Rewards

Kroger Community Rewards For Linden Grove School

Dear Linden Grove Families and Staff: Please take a few minutes to enroll or re-enroll in the Kroger Community Rewards Program. Anyone who registered before April 1, 2016 must re-enroll online to continue supporting LGS. This is an easy way for LGS to receive extra funds. We are awarded $200 for every $5,000 we spend. Every dollar we earn goes toward programing for the students. WE CAN DO IT IF EVERYONE PARTICIPATES!

Re-enrolling only takes a few moments and is completed in a few simple steps:

1. If the link above does not work, then visit Kroger website at
2. Sign in using your email address and password. If you have forgotten your password, just click on “forgot password” and a link will be sent to your email to change your password.
3. Enter Linden Grove’s five digit NPO number (80026) or the first three letters of our name (Lin), click search.
4. Select Linden Grove School by clicking on the circle to the left of Linden Grove School.
5. Save changes.

To enroll for the first time: simply log on to the above website and create an account with an email and password, then follow steps 3 to 5 above. If you have any questions please contact Shawn Scott, 513-984-2215 ext. 120.

PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD – grandparents, aunts, cousins, friends, neighbors – anyone can do this – and it really adds up to help LGS!


Eye-Tracking & TMS Research Study

Needed: 8 to 21 Year Olds with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Eye-Tracking and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Research Study

What: We want to learn more about how attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). We will also see if there are differences in the brain, using eye-tracking and TMS tests (both non-invasive), between people who have ASD and those who have both ADHD and ASD.

Who: Children, teens and adults, 8 to 21 years old, who are diagnosed with ASD may be eligible for participation. Anyone with the following will NOT be able to participate: A diagnosis of another psychiatric disorder that requires medication, or an implanted brain stimulator, vagal nerve stimulator, VP shunt, aneurysm clip, cardiac pacemaker, or implanted medication port.

Pay: Participants will receive $35 for their time, effort, and travel.

If interested in learning more about this study, contact Lindsey Mooney at 513-803-0499 or

Autism Society Teens Group

The Autism Society is excited to introduce a teen group! Please join us for a pizza party offered to have teens help decide the direction of their group. We invite teens on the spectrum from ages 13 through until a diploma is accepted to come join us for pizza! They must bring along a parent/guardian.

When: April 23, 2016 6-7:30 pm
Where: Stepping Stones UCP
2300 Drex Ave., Norwood, Ohio 45212

Please see attached flyer for additional details. Please RSVP to Carole at If you have any questions about the Autism Programs, please contact Margi McCarthy at or call 513-561-2300.

HCN Night Out

The Harrison Community Network (HCN) is hosting an event for teens and adults 14 years and older of all abilities. The youth center has open spaces to relax and you can play pool or board games in the game room or work on some springtime crafts. Refreshments and music will be provided by the HCN. HCN members and non-members are all welcome!

There is no cost for this evening with friends at the youth center but please let us know that you’re coming. RSVP to by Monday, March 21st and click here for a flyer with more information.

DDBP Classes

>> Click here for more information about training opportunities for families and professionals presented by The Kelly O’Leary Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (TKOC) during the months of January and February.

>> Click here for more information about an educational group program developed by TKOC that coaches family members through toilet training their child with an autism spectrum disorder and provides an opportunity for questions and answers.

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