Children with autism* and similar disorders learn differently from other kids — without personalized instruction and supports they struggle in a traditional school setting.
Linden Grove School (LGS) — with its small class sizes, compassionate staff, and research-based methods — helps students LEARN. More importantly, students develop the CONFIDENCE to pursue their interests and become active members of our community.
Contributions make it possible.
Contributions fund tuition assistance for qualifying families so no student is denied the education and encouragement they deserve. They also fund staff professional development opportunities and the addition of new research-proven methods and resources to increase student achievement.
Support a student — give them a better, brighter future.
*The CDC estimates one in 59 children have autism spectrum disorder (ASD). About half of these students have average or above average intellectual abilities, and yet up to 90% of young adults with autism are unemployed. Autism services cost U.S. citizens $236-$262 billion annually. A majority of these costs are in adult services — $175 billion, compared to $61 to $66 billion for children.