Giving Tuesday

Linden Grove School’s progressive education program integrates academics, social-emotional learning, and specialized supports. This three-pronged approach is designed to help each child achieve success in school, and to create a foundation for long-term success in the workplace and the community.

Contributions to Linden Grove School fund the gap between tuition and the actual cost of providing its specialized education and supports. The “gap” typically ranges from $2,200 to $3,500 per student each year.

Your financial support ensures small class sizes, the best evidence-based practices and educational resources, behavior supports, sensory equipment, and more.

Donate today. Be a part of their success.

The cost of caring for Americans with autism was $268 billion in 2015 and could increase to $461 billion by 2025. The majority of these costs is for adult services – an estimated $175 to $196 billion a year, compared to $61 to $66 billion a year for children.

For more on how LGS helps students achieve success in school and beyond, click on the images below.

Small classes allow individualized attention and active participation to increase academic achievement.
Social skills classes help students manage emotions, communicate effectively, and cooperate with others.
Social emotional learning increases academic success and helps prepare students for success in the workplace and in life.
Interoceptive awareness helps students achieve in school, improve interactions, and increase general well-being.
Sensory plans maximize students’ learning potential, decrease negative behaviors and increase socialization.
Adding one-on-one supports to traditional classroom experiences raises achievement, skills and confidence.