Perkasie Nonprofit Opens New Facility for Young Adults on the Spectrum

Image via Hope Learning Center.
The new facility is being made available to the center's students.

An education center in Bucks County has made an addition to their physical space to provide more opportunities to local students.

Hope Learning Center, located at Sunset Ridge Farm in Perkasie, has opened a new facility for their students. Focusing on education for students on the autism spectrum, the nonprofit organization helps these young adults in their transitions into either college and/or the workforce.

The center will be hosting an open house for prospective students on May 16 from 5 – 8 PM.

“Come see our newly expanded facility where we help young adults on the spectrum prepare for their transition to college or the workforce,” the nonprofit said online. “Come and go as you like. Talk with the program leaders and enjoy the farm.”

The center focuses on teaching students skills to function in their day-to-day lives, as well as making important connection with others. Located on a pristine farm property, it is a great spot for parents looking to help their children.

Learn more about the new facility at Hope Learning Center.


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