EnrollmentCLC admits students on a rolling basis throughout the year as openings become available.

Families interested in possible placement must register for one of CLC’s monthly visitor days to gain specific information about our program and to tour our facilities. Following the tour, forms are provided to families to complete if interested in enrolling their child into CLC. This information is kept on file and families are contacted when an opening becomes available.

CLC admits students of any race, color, ethnic, religious, or national origin.

Community Involvement & Outreach

How does CLC make a larger difference in its community? It takes a village.  Our immediate surrounding community of businesses, organizations, financial institutions, and medical, dental and health partners are integral to our success.  CLC views its relationship with its community as a symbiotic one.  We are grateful to those in the community that support what we do and are eager to integrate our students through life-skills training, job sampling, and vocational and volunteer opportunities.

CLC’s connection with the community is further strengthened through its outreach activities (see below) held to raise awareness and educate the public about autism and Applied Behavior Analysis.

Visitor Days

CLC offers Visitor Days throughout the year for parents and professionals to learn more about the program. Visitors will learn a brief history of the program and an overview of the mission and teaching strategies employed. Visitors will have an opportunity to take a brief tour of the program to see the applied behavior analytic strategies being implemented and to meet our instructors and students. Visitor Day is offered for adults and begins at 10:00am and lasts approximately 90 minutes.

Space is limited and requires an RSVP. Please email Mary Theresa Reynolds or call her at 215-322-7852, Ext. 10, if you are interested in attending one of CLC Visitor Days.

Scheduled Visitor Days 2017-2018

(Start time: 10:00 am – sessions usually last 90 minutes)
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Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 – CANCELLED
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Wednesday, May 16, 2018

  • RAISING AWARENESS & FUNDS

    The AJ Foundation conducts fundraising activities throughout the year to help offset the operational costs and facilitate the growth and expansion of CLC, as well as to offer support to other autism initiatives. These special events also help support our continued efforts to inform the general public about autism and today’s most effective teaching methods for individuals with autism. Donations are also greatly appreciated!
  • BOOKS

    Let Me Hear Your Voice
    Maurice, Catherine, 1994.

    Behavior Intervention for Young Children with Autism: A Manual for Parents and Professionals
    Maurice, Catherine, Green, Gina and Luce, Stephen C., 1996.

    Making a Difference: Behavioral Intervention for Autism
    Maurice, Catherine, Foxx, Richard, 2001.

    Additional educational material can be obtained from the following websites:

    www.difflearn.com
    www.superduperinc.com
    www.Lakeshorelearning.com
    www.socialskillbuilder.com
    www.stageslearning.com
  • CLC SUCCESS STORIES

    The heart and soul of The AJ Foundation and CLC are the children whose lives have been so enriched by our efforts. Find out about some of our favorite “success” stories. Read more...