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When the youth reaches 21 years of age, SCO provides a smooth transition to a carefully chosen adult placement. Westbrook Preparatory School is the first residential New York State Regents junior/senior high school for students with Asperger syndrome, high functioning autism and related conditions who require intensive support in a year-round school setting. Westbrook offers a therapeutic, residential experience integrated with an academic program individually attuned to each student’s unique strengths and challenges Andy and Spirit in Search and Rescue. The Ottilie RTF offers a highly structured, therapeutic setting that focuses on strengthening family connections, providing a trauma sensitive approach to treatment and preparing the youth to return to their communities Lorimer Sports Stories : A Goal in Sight. Aussie Hoops is for boys and girls of ALL abilities, aged between 5 and 12 years old. It can be played all year round, indoors or outdoors and many of the activities don't even require a hoop Andy and Spirit in Search and Rescue!

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