Hope Alive Junior is one of the programs in the Project Hope Foundation. It focuses on helping middle school students (age 10-15) with autism gain independence in the home, classroom, and the community. Students in Hope Alive Junior go on daily outings to maximize inclusion in the community and to practice important social and life skills. The class also teaches functional math and reading skills, as well as some vocational skills. Teachers work with students to broaden their interests and build on their passions.
Please help out the wonderful children in Hope Alive Junior by donating!