The Center for Autism and Dyslexia, with locations in both Findlay and Lima Ohio, is a chartered school and therapeutic center providing Applied Behavior Analysis for preschool through high school aged students. The Center is Northwest Ohio's premier provider of educational services for all children with special needs.

Dedicated Staff

The Center began with the founder and director as its only employee. Today the Center has over 80 employees working towards the success of its clients and is continuing to grow to better serve local area needs.

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Education & Training

The Center for Autism and Dyslexia provides specialized educational services in a classroom setting. Each child’s curriculum is adapted to meet their individual needs, through a combination of Therapy and Direct Instruction.

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Safe & Caring Facility

Located in both Findlay and Lima Ohio, The Center for Autism and Dyslexia is a chartered school as well as a participant in the Autism Scholarship Program, John Peterson Scholarship Program, ED Choice Scholarship Program, and Northwest Ohio Scholarship Program.

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My son has ADHD and PDD-NOS. This is his first year at the Center for Autism and Dyslexia and so far this school is AMAZING. It has met all my expectations. The staff is so compassionate and understanding of my son's needs. They take the time to develop good communication skills with my son, especially when situations occur. I would HIGHLY recommend this school to anyone that has a child who is on the autism spectrum. —Melissa

My child was attending the city school system, and as time went on, he became more and more introverted and depressed. After enrolling him into The Center for Autism & Dyslexia, not only did his personality begin to blossom, but his grades were much improved. The environment is stable and safe, and the staff so positive. This school is the complete package and I applaud Dr. Pneuman for her insight and compassion. —Susan Haggard

I was ready to take my Granddaughter out of public school and begin home schooling, because of all the difficulties. The preschool she attended suggested the Center for Autism and Dyslexia. I made a few phone calls, had her tested, and found she qualified to go there. I was so relieved. Finally, someplace that understood and could help. The Center is the best thing to happen for the Autism community in our area. The staff are awesome. —Becky Mcpheron

Testimonial? Are you kidding? Boy I got one for ya. I took my kid out of classes at Public School and in to the safe haven of the Center 3 yrs ago and have seen a 100% turn around. Everyone at the Center is trained in how best to educate and assist our special kids and furthermore they keep up with ongoing training. My son is much, much happier. —Sandy Gibson, proud Mom