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Watch the July 2011 NBC TV Philadelphia broadcast about The Comprehensive Learning Center.
Habitat for Humanity ReStores empower special needs individuals
The Bucks County Herald, 2016
Individuals with special needs often have difficulty gaining work experience and finding employment. In Bucks County, the Habitat for Humanity ReStores provide a place for diversified learners and those with special needs.
School Helps Give Autistic Children A Future
The Intelligencer and Courier Times, 2015
Tammy Hosbach, a teacher with the Comprehensive Learning Center in Upper Warminster, works on motivational skills with a student at the school on Thursday, April 23, 2015. The nonprofit program educates and trains individuals with autism.
Unscrambling Autism Laws
The Inquirer, August 2014
Pa. and N.J. require insurers to pay for applied behavior analysis to treat autism. But not in school. And the self-insured are beyond the law's reach. Funding gaps abound for families.
School for autistic celebrates first graduation
Courier Times, 2011
Overwhelming odds can be just the right trigger for success. Joanne Corless said she proved that to herself and her family after her son was diagnosed with a severe form of autism before he was 3. A doctor told the family that they should put AJ in an institution because there was no way he would be able to function normally. Corless couldn't believe that.
Comprehensive Learning Center — Education Children with Autism
Bucks County Living Magazine, 2010
Ten-year-old Drake loves school. He loves to swim, play checkers and computer games and watch movies. Drake is like many kids his age, and he has autism. Until two years ago, his mom, Maria Petsos of Ivyland, had difficulty involving him in most family activities. Taking him out with his brother Kosta, who is one year older, never went well.
Autism School Celebrates Expansion
The Intelligencer, 2009
The school teaches typical subjects like reading and math as well as life skills to help students integrate into a mainstream setting.