Supporting Autism

Children's Hospital, Debra Ann November Wing

The Center for Autism at the Cleveland Clinic, Debra Ann November Wing

The Cleveland Clinic received an extraordinary gift from Iris and Mort November in 2003 to support the future building expansion of the Center for Autism. The Opening of the Debra Ann November Wing took placed in spring, 2008.

The expansion allows the center to help more children with autism and provides for the consolidation of autism services into one area of the hospital. The Center for Autism at the Cleveland Clinic is one of only a few hospital-based autism centers across the country and home to a number of national experts in the field.

For more information, please contact Leslie Sinclair at 216.721.7172.

The Monarch School at Bellefaire JCB

The Monarch teaching model was developed to improve the daily quality of life for children with autism and their families. At the Monarch School at Bellefaire JCB in Shaker Heights, the chartered nonpublic school provides special education programs for children with autism.

Monarch School

Through the generous support of Mort November, the Debra Ann November Music Room was developed to assist and support the needs of autistic children.

For more information, please contact Brett Katz at 216.445.3629.