Any schools for autistic kids in North Carolina?

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31 Jul 2008, 6:52 pm

I know a couple where I live (I live in the Piedmont Triad, BTW) but my mom said they're for mostly lower-functioning autistics, but I haven't been to one of them in a few years, so I'm not sure how they're like now.



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31 Jul 2008, 7:03 pm

http://mariposaschool.org/

The first one that comes up :)

It's in Cary 8)



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31 Jul 2008, 9:33 pm

I am sure Roger is about to ask this question and me (being a future sped teacher am also curious) any schools for older aspies and not younger auties?


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03 Aug 2008, 12:09 am

southerners are so ignorant, especially when it comes to autism and anything different, you should probobly look in western or northeastern states where the people are more liberal



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03 Aug 2008, 1:28 pm

soljaboi51 wrote:
southerners are so ignorant, especially when it comes to autism and anything different, you should probobly look in western or northeastern states where the people are more liberal


And, yep, you're true, I've been begging my mom to move somewhere else other than North Carolina.