About Children's Center for Neurodevelopmental Studies
The Children's Center for Neurodevelopmental Studies is a non-profit private school that serves children with Autism and other developmental delays. Located in downtown Glendale, Arizona, CCNS specializes in providing a comprehensive special education program to children ages 3 to 21 who have been diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum as moderate, severe, high functioning, emotionally disabled, or with multiple disabilities. In addition to the academic programs, the school also provides sensory therapy, speech therapy, and multiple other services to provide a complete wrap-around program. The Children's Center also has an after-school Day Treatment Training (DTT) program certified by the state of Arizona. For additional information, see www.thechildrenscenteraz.org or call (623) 915-0345.
The Children's Center is committed to the professional development of all its employees. CPI training is just one of the many ways that it ensures compassionate, empathetic and supportive environments for its students, teachers and staff.