Melissa Harvey, left, comforts her son Gabriel Schmitt, 6, who has autism, while Karen McGillis, right, tours the room with her grandson, River, 6, who has Asperger's syndrome, during Eden Florida's open house of their newest school facility, the Eimerman Education Center, on May 18, 2008.  The 4,700 square-foot school, for children with autism and autism spectrum disorders, has four classrooms, an activities room and swimming pool. The new facility will start with a summer camp beginning June 16, and run through August 3.

Photo by GREG KAHN, Staff

Melissa Harvey, left, comforts her son Gabriel Schmitt, 6, who has autism, while Karen McGillis, right, tours the room with her grandson, River, 6, who has Asperger's syndrome, during Eden Florida's open house of their newest school facility, the Eimerman Education Center, on May 18, 2008. The 4,700 square-foot school, for children with autism and autism spectrum disorders, has four classrooms, an activities room and swimming pool. The new facility will start with a summer camp beginning June 16, and run through August 3.

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