Monday, December 10, 2007

Minnesota to open charter school for children with autism

Ari Waisbren, 14, played hockey in the driveway after school with his dog, Charlie, and his father. Steven Waisbren and his wife, Bernadette, are helping to get Lionsgate Academy started.

A coalition of Minnesota parents will in fall 2008 open the state's first public school for children with autism. They hope the new charter school will help children with autism and their parents to combat the loneliness that often accompanies the disorder. Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul)

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