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Laurel School Princeton
75 Mapleton Road
Princeton, NJ 08540
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Phone: 609-566-6000
Link: The Laurel School of Princeton
The Laurel School of Princeton targets the strengths and talents of children in first through eighth grade who have dyslexia. The Laurel School Princeton Campus also serves the surrounding areas of Central New Jersey and Easter Pennsylvania. Financial aid is available for families who qualify.
Learning Ally
20 Roszel Road
Princeton, NJ 08540
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Phone: 609-452-0606
Link: Learning Ally Website
Alternate Phone Number: 7-800-221-4792
Learning Ally is a nonprofit school that helps children with dyslexia, visual impairment, and blindness to succeed academically. For more information on reading programs, student empowerment programs, and community partnerships, please visit their website.
Lewis School of Princeton
53 Bayard Lane
Princeton, NJ 08540
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Phone: 609-924-8120
Link: Lewis School of Princeton Website
The Lewis School of Princeton is a non-profit college preparatory school for Pre-K through High School and Post Graduate Students that have language-based learning difficulties and diagnoses including:
  • ADD
  • ADHD
  • Auditory Processing and Speech and Language needs
  • Dyscalculia
  • Dysgraphia
  • Dyslexia
They use a strength-based integrated curriculum that remediates underlying language processing issues that helps students achieve beyond expectation.
Princeton Child Development Institute
300 Cold Soil Road
Princeton, NJ 08540
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Phone: 609-924-6280

Princeton Child Development Institute (PCDI) provides treatment, education, and mentoring for children and adults with autism ages 2 to 21. For adults they offer a life skills program and a family-focused group home. PCDI provides an Early Intervention Program for children age 28 months and younger and an educational program for students age 3 to 21. Enrollment depends on many factors, including diagnosis and the needs of the referred children. However, referrals are always welcome from parents, physicians and school district personnel.
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