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List of schools for people on the autistic spectrum

This is a list of schools for people on the Autism Spectrum.

[1]==India==

  • Nirmala Training Centre for Exceptional Children, Kusumagiri,Kakkanad, Kerala, India

[2]==KERALA==

India

United Kingdom

United States

Arizona

California

Colorado

  • Temple Grandin School[8]

Connecticut

Florida

  • The Jericho School for Children with Autism[9]
  • The Noble School[10]
  • Palm Beach School for Autism[11]
  • Peace By Piece Learning Center[12]
  • Victory Center for Autism and Behavioral Challenges[13]

Illinois

  • Giant Steps Illinois[14]

Maryland

  • The IvyMount School - Autism Program[15]
  • The Frost School

Massachusetts

  • League School[16]
  • New England Center for Children[17]
  • May Institute[18]
  • Melmark New England[19]

Minnesota

  • Lionsgate Academy[20]

New York

Ohio

  • The Autism Academy of Learning[25]
  • Steps Center for Excellence in Autism[26]

Oklahoma

  • Good Shepherd Catholic School at Mercy[27]

Texas

  • Empower School[28]
  • Tangible Difference Learning Center[29]
  • Westview School[30]

References

  1. ^ http://kusumagirihospital.org/
  2. ^ http://kusumagirihospital.org/nirmala-training-centre-for-exceptional-children-2/
  3. ^ Official Website
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  5. ^ Official Website
  6. ^ About Us
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  8. ^ "Temple Grandin School Website". Temple Grandin School. 
  9. ^ About Us
  10. ^ [2]
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  12. ^ Official Website
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  14. ^ http://www.mygiantsteps.org/
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  27. ^ Official Website
  28. ^ Official Statement
  29. ^ Website
  30. ^ Mission Statement


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