Providing Lifelong

Services to People

with Autism




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May 6th, 2017


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PCDI Mission Statement


The mission of the Princeton Child Development Institute is to provide effective, science-based intervention for children and adults with autism and, through research and dissemination, to extend treatment resources to people with autism, both nationally and internationally.

Move To Cold Soil Road

During the early years, the Institute’s headquarters and school programs occupied leased facilities, but 1983 marked the beginning of a capital campaign to purchase land and construct a new building at 300 Cold Soil Road, Princeton. The new quarters were especially designed to meet the education and treatment needs of children with autism, and to facilitate professional training and research on autism intervention.
 
Members of the Board of Trustees actively solicited potential donors, enlisted the support of community leaders, and conducted several benefits. In addition, grants were received from The Kresge Foundation, the New Jersey Department of Human Services, and many local foundations.
 
The new building was dedicated in 1985; all necessary funds were raised, and neither long- nor short-term financing was necessary.

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