Rich Center for Autism Focuses on Student Success

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Since 2000, the autism prevalence rate has been consistently increasing from 1 in 150 to 1 in 44 now.

The Rich Center for Autism is completing its 27th year as an education, treatment and research center for people with autism ages 3 to 21.

“If you want to help embrace our mission and our vision; if you want to help support individuals with autism or other low incidence disabilities; if you want to help provide a voice for folks that are marginalized or need that support to get to their next goal in life or that next step, come check us out and start the conversation with us,” says Greg Boerio, executive director of the Rich Center for Autism.

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