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Judevine Center takes students for trick-or-treat

Posted on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at 3:00 pm

The Judevine Center for Autism, at 201 Brown Lane in Louisiana, took their students trick or treating to different locations in downtown Louisiana on Wednesday, Oct. 24.
The Judevine Center for Autism offers clinical services including ABA therapy, social groups, respite, and parental support groups in multiple locations, including Louisiana, Hannibal, and Kirksville.
The next parent support group meeting in Louisiana (at 201 Brown Lane) will be held on Monday, Nov. 12 at 6 p.m.
The Judevine Center for Autism in Louisiana also offers school services to students using various methods, such as a small and structured environment with one-on-one student-teacher interaction, to prepare the students for transitioning back into the public schools.
The Judevine Center offers residential housing in Hannibal and Monroe City as well.

Front row, from left: Students Jerry Campbell and Storie Harrison; back row, from left: Miranda Sumner, Jennifer Johner, Linda Shade, and Bonnie Abeyta, Storie’s mother.