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Community Resources

Unfortunately, Park Century isn’t able to serve every neurodivergent child. The good news is that there are other incredible schools, programs, and resources out there for those who might not be a fit here. Kindly scroll down to find guidance.

The Help Group

The Help Group serves children, adolescents and young adults with autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, ADHD, developmental delays, abuse and emotional challenges.

Cheerful Helpers

Cheerful Helpers is a therapeutic school and early intervention program dedicated to supporting children who are experiencing developmental challenges. 

Vista Del Mar

Vista Del Mar offers treatment programs for children with significant emotional, social, learning, and developmental disabilities.

ca department of education

The linked page allows you to search California schools by keyword, such as “autism” or “nonpublic.”

lausd unified

The linked page aggregates information for parents and educators.


Frostig School encompasses two campuses–one in Pasadena and one in West Los Angeles—that serve 135 students with complex learning differences.


Maor is dedicated to supporting students with special needs and their families in the Los Angeles Jewish community.

Made by Dyslexia

They are a global dyslexia charity, led by successful dyslexics. They’ve built the world’s largest community of dyslexic people and allies. Their purpose is to help the world to understand the value of Dyslexic Thinking.


Lexxic is a specialist psychological consultancy focused on empowering neurodiverse thinkers in the workplace.


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