1 in 44 children have been diagnosed with autism according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention analysis.
It causes difficulty in communication and relationship-building, which can lead to poor academic outcomes, social struggles, family stress, and unemployment. Most children with autism and their families do not have access to tailored, research-based programs that address these issues.
The Victory Center for Autism and Related Disabilities is changing that with intensive education based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). The student to teacher ratios are 1:1, 2:1 and 3:1 which is unique for educational institutions.
But it comes at a high price!
Over one-half of the families who attend The Victory Center receive financial assistance.
The cost of tuition will prohibit some families from getting the much-needed education that their child needs. The Victory Center provides a direct role in improving social and academic behavior, developing functional life skills, nurturing a greater command of language, and decreasing maladaptive behavior such as self-injury and aggression.
That’s why we need your support to help these families get the assistance that they need.
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