Pro golfer Ernie Els and his charitable foundation will build a $30 million “epicenter for autism research, transition and treatment” in the Limestone Creek area near Jupiter, it was announced Tuesday.
“We will have students from 3 to 21 years old,” said Mary Kay Willson, tournament director for the Ernie Els Foundation. “Transition programs will be available to help students move forward to adulthood. We will have sports programs. Having all these is one location will make this a unique program for children with autism and their families.”
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