Spero Academy Blog

When someone with autism (or another disorder) is diagnosed with a second condition or illness, the conditions are said to be “comorbid.” Comorbidity with autism is very common—nearly three-quarters of...

Parents face a wide range of challenges when raising a child with autism, from dealing with maladaptive behaviors to getting your child to sleep through the night to...

A girl growing up watching Wonder Woman stand up for herself, kick butt, and save the day will feel empowered to dream bigger than a pretty dress and a happy ending. Likewise, a kid with autism...

The type of school that works for one student with autism might not be the right fit for another student. It’s important to figure out...

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is the name for a collection of neurodevelopmental disorders characterized by communication challenges, repetitive behaviors, and limited social skills. Symptoms are...

Research agrees that early intervention for autism gives children on the spectrum their best chance for success. Intervening to address the core behavioral...

Spero Academy believes that educational opportunities should not be limited by a family’s zip code. That’s why we are so proud to be located in a state that practices open enrollment for schools.

People of all ages and conditions can benefit from music therapy, from children with autism to elderly people in senior living communities.

Speech therapy can help children match the mechanics of language with the conversational meaning and social use of language to become a more confident and effective communicator.

Autism resources for parents

December 11, 2017

Spero Academy writes about our top autism resources from around the web!

Sometimes, we have to pinch ourselves when we think about how far we have come since our humble beginnings in 2004 under the name Fraser Academy.

Embracing the 11-Month Academic Calendar

At Spero Academy, our students are at the heart of everything we do. We want to ensure that every single student feels safe, secure and welcome when they walk into school each d...