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Old 09-06-2008, 01:44 AM
 
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I have been looking so hard for the past 3 months about the full benefit that an autistic kid can get in Texas and honestly I am very confused about those vague info that the net gave us... My kid is attending a super school here in New York city but the life got little too much expensive to live comfortably with my family. I am so looking to move to Houston in the beginning of next year (God willing) but my concern comes with the school that it will be the best for my child. As father, I try to stay strong as much as possible but the pressure of giving my kid the best life he wants, is getting very hard up here in NYC. So please to anyone that could give me an advice about where and what area we should move to and find a best school for an autistic kid... Thank you
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Old 02-14-2009, 11:01 PM
 
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a little off topic but if you dont mind what school does your son attend. I live in Brooklyn and am looking for an excellent preschool, there are so many choices I dont know what to choose. He's approved for CPSE full day 12:1:2 integrated class setting.
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Old 04-24-2009, 08:15 AM
 
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Hi Lovey I live in Brooklyn and my daughter goes to the League Treatment center in downtown brooklyn. It's a wonderful school I love it check it out . Im looking to move as well. I want to move back New Jersey but I dont think they offer nearly as many services as NYC does when it comes to austim .
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Old 04-30-2009, 07:21 PM
 
Location: Woodlawn, Bronx
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What a huge coincidence! I work at the League (with the adults downstairs), and my boys go to the nursery school upstairs (one in the day care, and one in one of the self-contained classes - oppositional behavior and ADHD). The staff in the nursery really seem to care for the kids, and they seem very knowledgable in their field. And they offer a lot of support and education for parents who take advantage of it.

Teresa
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