Located in Cleveland, Ohio, Monarch Center for Autism offers a comprehensive array of programs and services for individuals ages three through adulthood, with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Highlights include a preschool (three to six years); day school for children and adolescents (5 to 22 years); transitional education program (14 to 22 years); adult autism program (18 and older); autism residential treatment for children, adolescents and adults; summer and extended school year programs; family training, support and social activities; The Soap Shop; The Note Shop; VizZle™ (visual language technology); and an online autism resource center developed in partnership with the Women’s General Hospital Fund of the Cleveland Foundation. Monarch School is a chartered non-public school, licensed by the State Board of Education of the State of Ohio. Monarch is also a certified California non-public school and is Illinois State Board of Education approved.
Monarch Center for Autism is a division of Bellefaire JCB, one of the nation’s largest, most experienced child service agencies providing a variety of behavioral health, substance abuse, education and prevention services
Monarch Center for Autism offers numerous educational and recreational programs for the autism community. Examples include a bank of visual supports, e-newsletters, free webinars and training sessions, technology tips, current articles, and community arts and sports events. In addition, Monarch students are afforded opportunities to participate in a musical theater residency and attend a spring prom. Monarch also offers consultative services for autism organizations around the world.