A community that embraces neurodiversity and celebrates differences is a better place for all its members—autistic and neurotypical.
All students, regardless of neurology, deserve the opportunity to nurture their potential.
Social-emotional and relational development are essential to cognitive growth, and must be integrated with the academic process.
Close collaboration of school, parents and community leads to a higher quality of education. Furthermore, it is the shared responsibility of these partners to help integrate our students into both the school community and the community at large.
Individuals are more readily available to learn when they and their teachers identify, understand and work with their unique sensory, academic, and developmental profiles.
“Behaviors” or “acting out” are often our students’ attempts to communicate what isn’t working for them, and it is our responsibility to decipher what they’re trying to say.
The officers, directors, committee members, employees, and persons served by this corporation shall be selected entirely on a nondiscriminatory basis with respect to age, sex, race, religion, national origin, and sexual orientation. It is the policy of Connections School of Atlanta, Inc. not to discriminate on the basis of race, creed, ancestry, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical disability, veteran’s status, political service or affiliation, color, religion, or national origin.