Our Mission Statement

The Joshua Center is a non-profit organization that provides services and support for the social, emotional, and educational needs of neurologically impaired children and their families, including children with Tourette Syndrome, Aspergers, High-Functioning Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Sensory Processing Disorder.

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Some Interesting Websites
I recently stumbled upon some websites that I thought might be useful.  The first is an article a parent forwarded to me. It is Top 10 Tips for Autistic Teens. The website is autisticnotwierd.com. It is a personal blog of a man who grew up with Asperger's Syndropme. He is loaded with intresting ideas and advise for teens and parents. The second site is another site that has sensory clothing for autistic children. The website is wimp.com, it is a fun family site that has all sorts of infor...
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    Join the "Champions of Children" by making a monthly donation to the Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders Read More
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    Providing unparalleled service to kids with neurological disorders since 1996. Any amount you decide to give is deeply appreciated. Every Read More
  • Top Five Ways to Sponsor +

    Your sponsorship is vital: Become a Sponsor at one of our events; Sponsor a Child for Camp; Become a monthly Read More
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    Contribute money to the Joshua Center; Tell others about the Joshua Center; Have a "Jeans Day" at Work; Have a Read More
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What Our Clients Say

  • I have worked with the Joshua Center since its inception and have been very pleased to have such a good place for individuals and their families who suffer from Tourette Disorder as well as Asperger and other disorders in the Autism Spectrum. The Joshua Center provides a camp that many of my patients have attended over the years which is a highlight of their year. The social skills groups, therapy programs and support groups have proven helpful and stabilizing for many families.
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