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Old 03-05-2013, 10:25 PM
 
Location: Tampa, FL
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Hello,

I haven't posted on here in a long time, but here it goes. I have a job opportunity at the Maryland Live casino and was curious as what would be some of the best options for an area to live. I am married with one son who will be 10 soon, who also has Autism (high functioning). We love to be close to things to do as a family and we also want to avoid ghetto areas lol. I've already been there and done that, not for us. I wouldn't mind driving 30 minutes or so, but I don't want to live in the boondocks either. Not sure about budget, but I would say we would like to spend $1200 or less on a 2 bedroom or larger. We are a mixed couple, I'm Hispanic and my wife is German, so racist areas (if any) are not something I want to deal with. Diversity is cool, but not a necessity. Any ideas? Thank you all in advance
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Old 03-05-2013, 10:56 PM
 
Location: The Triad (NC)
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I have a job opportunity at the Maryland Live casino...

I am married with one son who will be 10 soon, who also has Autism (high functioning).
...what would be some of the best options for an area to live.
I'll suggest you start with finding the school that works best for your son...
and then to build everything else around that.

Autism Connect
Overview
http://www.pathfindersforautism.org/...school-systems

You have a several very good county school systems to choose from...
all of which are commutable to/from Hanover.
Anne Arundel, Howard, Baltimore County, Baltimore City and even Montgomery
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Old 03-17-2013, 08:59 PM
 
Location: Tampa, FL
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Thank you for the info you provided. Haven't had much luck getting in touch with anybody on that list, but from the ones I did hear from, they can't tell me which school he would be a better fit for. It's a matter of picking a place to live and then the school would be assigned to him. Besides the autism aspect, what are some good areas that are as close to affordable as possible? Cost of living is high here in south Florida as well, so that's nothing new to me. Any suggestions and/or info is greatly appreciated.
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