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League School to Host a Helpful Workshop for Parents

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Next Thursday night, May 29th, at 6:30 P.M., the Parent Advisory Council (PAC) at League School of Greater Boston will be hosting a workshop for parents entitled “DDS and Transitional Services for Massachusetts Families” in the school’s auditorium at 300 Boston Providence Turnpike (Route 1) in Walpole. The workshop’s guest speaker will be Victor Hernandez, a member Read more…

A Very Interesting Piece on Raising an Autistic Child

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A Very Interesting Piece on Raising an Autistic Child In last week’s NY Times magazine, an article written by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Ron Susskind, detailed his experiences raising his autistic son, Owen.  “Reaching My Autistic Son Through Disney” was adapted from his soon-to-be-released book entitled Life, Animated.   It tells a fascinating story of how Read more…

Road Race Registration

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Join our Road Race: Saturday April 19th at 9:00 AM Click Here for the entry for and additional information 1st Annual League School of Greater Boston 5K Run/1 Mile Walk for Autism Saturday April 19, 2014 9:00 AM Old Post Road Elementary School 99 Old Post Road | East Walpole, MA Race to benefit the Read more…

Letter from the Sister of a residential student at the League School of Greater Boston

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Dear League School Staff, Happy New Year! As you may have heard, my brother had an extremely successful wisdom tooth operation two days ago. He was calm throughout the whole process. This makes me doubt whether this is the same kid who couldn’t even go inside the hospital entrance three years ago. Our family realized Read more…

You Can Support League School by Participating in the Boston Globe’s GRANT Program

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The Boston Globe recently initiated a new program that allows its subscribers to support the non-profit organizations that they most care about.  Called GRANT (Globe Readers and Non-Profits Together), the Globe launched it by sending out vouchers to its subscribers that they can designate toward any certified 501(c)(3) non-profit that operates in the community. If Read more…