Offering two states approved special education schools in Connecticut, Norwich and Niantic, and offer other a site for adults with mental disabilities in Groton, CT. The Lighthouse also provides two transitional academies for 18-21 year old males that are on the Autism spectrum, as well as an art gallery and digital media center. Producing an annual Autism conference, The Lighthouse brings speakers from other countries to educate the communities about Autism.
Kathryn would like to share with her listeners on Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 10 a.m. EST on Spotlite radio about The Lighthouse and their great accomplishments. She will be educating her listeners that Autistic individuals often have a bad reputation, but in all reality they are creative out of the box thinkers. There are many programs that The Lighthouse offers such as afternoon programs after school, recreational programs and senior groups. All of the people who participate in these groups grow to enjoy them because they develop friends that they can hang out with every week!
Don’t forget to listen to Spotlite Radio on Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 10 a.m. EST for an interview with Kathryn Greene, executive director at The Lighthouse. For more information visit her website at www.Lhcampus.com!