LGS Named Top 50 Non-Profit

LGS was named a Top 50 non-profit in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky in 2017 by LEAD Cincinnati and VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm. Organizations were recognized as “pillars of the community,” serving as examples of individuals working together to bring ideas to life and make a difference in people’s lives.

Maddie Szawaluk and Alanya Ozdil hang out on some giant teeth during a recent Girl’s Group outing to the Duke Energy Children’s Museum at the Cincinnati Museum Center.

The school’s dedicated staff work in teams to provide highly-personalized learning opportunities utilizing the latest evidence-based methods. Parent meetings and surveys guide the execution of added services ranging from after-school activities to parent education workshops.

Within the regional autism community, LGS is a leader in creating partnerships for new initiatives ranging from the development of a high school to Girl’s Group, a social group specifically for girls with autism and Asperger’s.

Read the article on LGS appearing in LEAD Cincinnati.

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