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Shanté Harris-Superville (left), executive director of Facing Autism with Children Everywhere (F.A.C.E.), briefly chats with a parent during a four-hour open house for the nonprofit's respite care center on Nov. 16. F.A.C.E.'s Place Respite Care Center, slated to officially open in January, provides an array of services for autistic children and their parents for $40 per session.

Shanté Harris-Superville (left), executive director of Facing Autism with Children Everywhere (F.A.C.E.), briefly chats with a parent during a four-hour open house for the nonprofit's respite care center on Nov. 16. F.A.C.E.'s Place Respite Care Center, slated to officially open in January, provides an array of services for autistic children and their parents for $40 per session.

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Local Nonprofit Launches Respite Care Center

More than a dozen parents of children with autism recently gathered to share their stories at a recent open house for F.A.C.E.'s Place Respite Care Center.