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OPENING DOORS FOR CHILDREN WITH
AUTISM & RELATED DISABILITIES
The Hope Center for Autism is a Pre-K through 6th grade public charter school for children with autism and related disabilities.
Our mission is to open the doors for people affected by autism and related disabilities by providing the support and services necessary in reaching their full potential.
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Supporting The Hope Center for Autism is an investment in your community. Your support will give hope to the families in your community affected by autism. Autism now affects 1 in every 59 children in our nation, 1 in 21 in Florida, and is the fastest growing developmental disability in the United States. The Hope Center is a 501c(3) non-profit corporation. Contributions are deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.
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Hope Center Community Partners
Thank you to the following Sponsors, Donors and Grant Providers for their generious Donations to The Hope Center for Autism.
C3 Learning Sponsorship
Thank you to Joseph & Maria Rintone for the $100 donation to the building fund for the Hope Center for Autism.
Thank you to Mrs. Chris Applegate for the $200 donation to the building fund for the Hope Center for Autism.
Grant to purchase assistive technology equipment which gives students who are nonverbal/ limited verbal skills a way to independently express themselves in any setting and training for The Hope Center staff with Environmental Communication Training delivered by Benett Buckles of the Florida Diagnostic and Learning Center during the 2017-2018 school year.
Thank you to Janny Grounds of the Northlake Target for the $400 donation to the Hope Center for Autism.
The Ted and Lorraine Glasrud Foundation provided The Hope Center with a donation of $10,000.
Staff training with Mr. Bennett Buckles of FCLRS Child Find of Martin County.
Thank you to Christian Gertz-Rombach for the $100 donation to the building fund for the Hope Center for Autism.
Thank you to Darlene Ramsey for the $500 donation to the building fund for the Hope Center for Autism.
Thank you to Isabel Long for the $1000 in donations toward classrooms of the Hope Center for Autism.
Thank you to Shelby Hild for the $20 donation to the Hope Center for Autism.
My son was diagnosed in February of 2018, and the doctor told me I had to get him in therapies for early interventions. The Hope Center couldn’t start my son until he was 3 and we were placed on the waiting list. I called many times and spoke to the director and she patiently let me cry many times. This school saved me and my son, because I cried regularly about his future. I highly recommend this school.
My son was diagnosed with Autism in July of 2011. He was 3 years old and non-verbal. At this point in our lives I never knew if I would ever hear him say “Mommy” or “I Love You”. We were and still are one of the lucky ones! We were blessed to learn about The Hope Center for Autism and highly recommend them.
Before we knew the Hope Center existed, we had no idea where we would send our child for kindergarten. We are so thankful we found this school and our child is now in his 4th year here. The low student/teacher ratios, ABA based curriculum, and the focus on language and social skills has allowed our boy to grow and develop in ways we only dreamed he could just a short time ago. I don’t know where we would be without this school!
– Jeanne B.
THE HOPE CENTER FOR AUTISM
1695 SE Indian Street • Stuart, FL 34997