FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.- - The Elizabeth Richardson Center will offer a specialized classroom for autistic children at the Fayetteville Child Development Center.
The ERC will be the first disability service provider in the NWA area to offer the classroom.
"We have been seeing an increase in a need of adequate educational settings for children with autism over the years. With this classroom we can begin to fill that need as the first disability service provider in Northwest Arkansas to offer such a setting," said Executive Director Cindy Acree.
For more information on the classroom, click here.
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