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Old 06-25-2010, 10:54 AM
Location: Woodland Park,CO
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We are leaving FL and are looking at smaller towns that look close to the big city like Evergreen and Woodland park areas.
We have 3 boys, 2 in Elem, one of which is ESE. Any advise on special needs schools and autism specialists in these areas would be greatly appreciated. There is so much info in this forum, I am getting lost and overwhelmed.
Our oldest son also wants to join the high school football team.
Currently, we do plan to rent for awhile to get better aquainted with the area. Looking forward to some honest answers. thanks in advance!
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Old 06-25-2010, 11:22 AM
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For Woodland Park info, go to the COLO SPGS forums and use the search tool to find several key threads full of WP info.

For Evergreen info, search this main COLO forum, there are several threads on Evergreen with great info.
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Old 06-26-2010, 09:42 AM
Location: Virginia
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Woodland Park...BCBAs are in the area and schools are utilizing them. Great school district. Additionally, you will have the Alpine Center and other resources in Colorado Springs for your autistic child. Not a huge city yet large enough. Some very good things going on in COS for autism population.
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