JANUS ACADEMY SOCIETY

Registered Name: JANUS ACADEMY SOCIETY

Business Number: 889704144RR0001

Our MISSION

To empower and support children and youth with autism and their families, maximizing their quality of life by providing excellence in innovative teaching techniques that meet their academic, social and emotional needs

About JANUS ACADEMY SOCIETY

Janus Academy operates as an accredited independent school that offers specialized education for children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) from grades 1 through 12.  The unique attribute of Janus Academy is its intensive student to staff ratio programming delivered through individualized curriculum and research-based teaching techniques.  We also operate a recreational summer camp program for children and youth with ASD, and an Adult Day Program for young adults with ASD, 19 and older with a focus on skills and vocational training, maintaining a social network and community involvement.

What People Are Saying

"I think Janus Academy is one of the most amazing schools I've ever experienced. With what I've learned here, I believe I can make a difference for children with autism. They teach us what makes them special. Instead of trying to change them, we change how we teach and I think that helps a lot."

— Kendal Kurta

"The first time I went into Janus, I started to cry. It was such a good fit for Sydney. It was like I had hope again. I could see her having that full time support she needed throughout the day. Without needing intervention outside of school, we could be a family again. "

— Hailey F.

"To this day, I can't even tell you where Daniel would be, what would have happened, if we didn't have Janus. He's be lost, possibly institutionalized. I truly believe that. There's no other place that can provide what Janus does. Janus Academy not only saved Daniel's life, it saved our family."

— Mona J.

"The most important thing to me was every morning John would get up and I would know he was going to a place where he would be safe, loved and cared for and where the people who were dealing with him would communicate about him to me in a way that was positive, supportive and reinforcing. "

— Alice W.

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