Kinney Bridge Programming

The Kinney Center's Bridge Programming helps transitional aged youth with autism identify a path to independence based on ability and passion. For some, this may mean college, for others vocation, but for everyone, it means a future of dignity as contributing members to society. Bridge students undergo rigorous assessment and have individualized programming designed specifically to meet their needs by the Kinney center's full-time credentialed staff of Behavior Analysts, Licensed Counselors, and Psychologists. $10,800 will provide a year-long scholarship for a high school student in financial need due to the COVID crisis. Their journey to an independent future begins with a gift from you.

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