Chartwell Center New Orleans

THE CHARTWELL CENTER
Serving New Orleans Area Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

The Chartwell Center is a non-profit organization that serves children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Founded in 1999 by parents and professionals concerned about the urgent lack of autism-specific education in the greater New Orleans community, Chartwell provides direct educational services to children ages six to maturity and offers training and technical support to parents, teachers and other professionals. For the school year 2015 - 2016, Chartwell will accept children ages six to maturity.

Chartwell moved into our new building at 1225 Magazine Street in 2014 and we are now able to provide direct services to children and young adults as well as offer training and support to families, teachers, and other professionals under one roof. Currently the program serves four classrooms: early learning, junior high, pre-vocational training (PVT) and our PATH (Performing and Achieving Transitional Heights) program. Instructional methods reflect nationally recommended practices for children with autism and related disorders.

 

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You can help children with autism develop communication and work skills which will give them the gift of independence, self-confidence, and joyful participation in everyday life by making your tax deductible gift by check, cash, credit card or online 

(https://commitchange.com/la/new-orleans/the-chartwell-center).

 

 

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