• Keystone Center for Children with Autism, Inc. Keystone Center for Children with Autism, Inc.


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Mission Statement

Keystone's mission is two-fold. First, we are dedicated to the educational and social development of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Second, we are committed to providing support and training to families affected by Autism. We believe that respect, courtesy, understanding, compassion, and faith in God are the backbone of the services we provide. In addition, we utilize the most recent scientifically validated methods to provide individualized, comprehensive, and state-of-the-art treatment to maximize the communication, independence, and competence of children with Autism. We believe that every child is capable of learning and that every family should have the support they need to raise their child with confidence.


Keystone is a nonprofit educational center serving children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The men and women of Keystone have a clear vision and passion to provide children with ASD the services they need as well as equip parents with the skills needed to help their children at home. Keystone has been an idea in the works for many years and in the planning process since 2005, forming its executive board in February of 2007 and receiving nonprofit status in August 2007. Since then, Keystone has formed an Advisory Board to assist with development/strategic planning committees. This amazingly talented group of individuals has come together to look out for the best interest of Keystone and its students and families. The board members come from throughout the community including a parent, a lawyer, an accountant, a number of Ph.D.'s and BCBAs, along with other key members of the management team.



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