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Annual Report Fiscal Year 2010-2011

Executive Message

Carla, Speech-Language Pathologist, and George, PACE School Student

2 In 2012 and beyond, PACE’s focus will be on expanding our mission through program collaboration and mergers in order to provide an expanded lifetime continuum of care and quality of life for individuals with disabilities and their families. A significant highlight in the final quarter of FY 2010-2011 was our merger with FACES, a behavioral early intervention program in Redwood City. The outstanding services that FACES has provided for the past sixteen years will be a huge asset to providing the most comprehensive high quality services for individuals with Autism in the Bay Area. In addition to expanding resources for our youngest clients, the merger has also positively impacted our School and Residential programs by providing a skilled Behavioral Support team that has demonstrated new strategies for our older students and residents. Exemplifying the power of community connections, this merger was made possible in part with a generous grant from the United Way Silicon Valley’s Non Profit Effectiveness Fund, the purpose of which is to provide support for nonprofit agencies considering transition activities such as mergers, acquisitions and consolidations.

Brad, PACE Resident, & Ruby, Residential Staff, Mahalo House

Additional community connections allowed us to secure grant funds to hire a music therapist to expand the breadth of our programs in our School and Children’s Services. In the PACE Impact section of this report, you’ll read how the therapist worked with Steven, one of our School students, to develop an impressive musical piece which he performed to a full house at our annual Gala. All of our programs continue to benefit from partnerships with local supportive businesses like the Children’s Discovery Museum and Tony & Alba’s that provide community and work experiences for our students and clients. Of course, one of our most important collaborations in the community is with you, our generous donors. Thank you for helping us connect, support and educate individuals with Autism and their families. Sincerely,

Kurt Ohlfs, PACE Executive Director

PACE Connections therapy swing purchased through Mercury News Wishbook

Highlights: 7/2010-6/2011 ► ►PACE officially merges with

FACES , a behavioral early intervention program in Redwood City

► ►PACE School is recertified with flying colors as a Non-Public School (NPS) by the California Department of Education, citing compassionate, enthusiastic teachers, a cohesive team approach to behavior management, and inspired use of technology ► ►Residential

co-op housing model

is initiated, with expected implementation in 2014

► ►PACE receives grant from California Communications Access Foundation (CCAF) to create a

iPad tablet application Parent Clinic

trains 10 families in 2010-2011



for children on the Autism spectrum

► ►The PACE Youth Leadership Committee (YLC) raises over $8,000 for PACE in their 2nd year; YLC is recognized as the 2011 Outstanding Philanthropic Youth by the Association of Fundraising Professionals - Silicon Valley Chapter

► ►Sunny Days Preschool



launches (

► ►San Jose Mercury News Wishbook 2010 series features PACE and raises over $7,000 for PACE Early Intervention (now PACE Connections) in order to buy therapeutic swing and accessories ► ►On Rebuilding Together Day in April 2011, the Cupertino Rotary Club volunteers to make improvements in and purchases appliances for our children’s homes ► ►The 2010 Gala and 2011 Golf Tournament together raises close to


► ► Dell features PACE as part of their “Take Your Own Path” small business advertising campaign, telling a story of technology and service between Dell, TechSoup and PACE in a 3 minute video ► ►Lamar House’s backyard is redesigned by landscape architect volunteer, Christine Reed, specifically for the needs of individuals with Autism

John, PACE Resident, & Stephanie, his mom, in Lamar House’s redesigned backyard

The PACE Impact PACE School: Steven

“When Steven first came to PACE, he had trouble communicating and connecting with the world, which resulted in behaviors. Staff had to 4-point restrain him multiple times a day. He had to receive nine months of extensive full-time behavioral training before transitioning back to PACE. “But at PACE, everything changed.


“PACE understood the special qualities of our son. The beauty of PACE is that they have allowed each individual with Autism to be unique. They try to bridge the child with Autism’s world to our world so that there are ways to go between both. Speech therapy, music therapy, art therapy, occupational therapy, and training in life skills are all couched in love and delivered through the hands of aides, teachers and staff who truly care. Undaunted by meltdowns, physical outbursts, and inappropriate noises, sounds and words, PACE makes headway and leads our kids to success. It allows the students to like school, to learn vocational training and to value work. They value each other and value life. “We saw our son’s successful days at PACE turn into successful years. By receiving the continued support of a one-on-one aide, practicing social stories in therapy, participating in social events like prom and plays, and more, Steven was able to connect to our world. For example, Steven has always loved music. With the help of his aide and speech and music therapists, he gave a wonderful performance of the song ‘Through My Eyes’ at the PACE Gala in front of a huge crowd. We were so proud of him. “Steven has grown so much. He has a new value of work from his vocational training. He is trying things that he did not try before and tolerating new situations (albeit in chunks). He is making progress with his social skills and finding happiness in being who he is. “We are tearfully appreciative of all PACE has done for us–and for Steven.” –Terry & Rosie, PACE parents

PACE Connections: Mark PACE Connections = formerly PACE Early Intervention “Mark came to PACE Sunny Days Preschool when he was five after a few unsuccessful years in other settings. Before, he only had single words, was not interested in other kids, and was not even potty trained. He has been with Sunny Days for almost a year now, and the change has been remarkable. He shortly became fully potty trained. Now he is talking in short sentences, playing well with adults and his younger brother, and is even interested in other kids! Academically he is ready for kindergarten. We are so happy with what Mark has achieved so far. Not only is Mark walking out of his own world to join us, but as parents we also got proper training for how to work with Mark through the Parent Clinic. We will continue the same method in our daily life and grow with Mark together. Thank you PACE!” –Thomas & Dawen, PACE parents

Adult Day Program: Gregory “Gregory is very detail-oriented. He knows going into a job site what needs to be done and doesn’t need constant prompting. He is capable of doing specific tasks and participates in all activities. ADP has enabled him to use his skills in the workplace!” –Beverly, PACE parent

Financial Summary FY ’10-’11 Revenue


Residential Program: Kevin


“Before the FACES program, JJ was bright but disconnected from the world. We were exhausted trying to guess what he wanted. He was extremely cautious, which limited his ability to play and learn. We feared for his future. But thanks to you, everything has changed. He is communicating in full sentences, engaging with the world, and playing with other children on the playground. JJ progressed more in the first six weeks at FACES than he had in the previous six months. Thank you for giving us our boy back.” –Scott & Michelle, PACE parents DDS: Department of Developmental Services CDE: California Department of Education


“Kevin has been in the PACE residential program for 15 years. He recently moved from the children’s home Miracle House to the adult home Lamar House. In March, Lamar House’s backyard was the beneficiary of a pilot project in which the backyard area was specifically redesigned and landscaped for individuals with Autism. This new space provides a safe and tranquil place for Kevin to enjoy the outdoors. Kevin has always been treated with respect and has received excellent care while in PACE’s residential programs, and for that I am forever grateful.” –Scott, PACE parent

Total Revenue: $8,547,580 *The FACES merger became official financially in July 2011, for the fiscal year ‘11-’12. As a result, the financial impact of the FACES merger is not represented here.


Thank You Annual Fund Donors, Grantors Donors for Supporting PACE

PACE Philanthropic Community: Individual Donors to Our Annual Fund


Dreamers ($1-$99)


Anonymous - Affleck Employee Anonymous - Johnson & Johnson Employee Hany Abedelwahed Daniel Adams Dave Alaimo Marie Alcarez Megan Aldana Donovan Allen Joann Alvarez Ana Alvarez Jack & Barbara Ambuul Flora Anecito Sean Ang Christopher Apolinar Ryan Bailey Dennis E. Bane Kenneth & Sharon Barber Brad Barranti Janice Baucom Willard & Barbara Baxley Donald & Veronika Beck Adele Behn Jeff Bell Nicolle Berrocal William Blevins William & Patricia Boersma Rachel Bouman Lorine Brown Jack & Nancy Brown Nancy Burgess Sergio Campos Martin Cavanaugh Adrian Cerda Will Chang Gordon Chapin Lily Chen Youjun Chen Shane Christine Judith Clark Angela Cleland Matt & Nancy Collett Javier Contreras Etta Copeland Mario Cruz Hendrik & Linda De Groot Alice DeGroot & Elizabeth DeGroot David Delage Patricia Delanoy Anthony Delossantos Jack Dexter Jerome & Annie Dodd Alexa & Rick Du Brow Jonathon Dyer Reginald Ellis Tracy Elloyan Charles Ernest & Joanne Tanner Edwin Estrada Shangnon Fei Hailing Fei Greg Fisher Dave & Suzan Foreman Jocelyn Garcia-Thome Brandon Gardere Richard Garza Steven & Mary Ellen Gibbs Norma Goble Arnold Golz & Patsey Stowers Yvonee Gomez

Tarlochan Grewal Peter Guidotti Roseann Guzman Mark Hage Gary & Xenia Hammer Peg Harke Mark & Ruth Hedman Ken Henley Melissa Hernandez Alissa Hiland Robert Hodges Bridget & Matt Holian Louis & Ellen Hoppe Kuei-Ting Huang Brenda Ikemoto Brian Imlach Shreya Indukuri Jason Ioane Matt Jasper William Jen Marie Johnson John & Cynthia Johnson Michael Jordan Deborah Karels Gary Katz Randy Kempf David Knapp Ray Kodres & Elizabeth Kodres Chris Lam Jonathan & Kate Lazarus David & Kathy Lee Jane Li Prudencia Librea Eric Lin Anthony Lontayao Larry Luna Roland Mailhot Ronald Martin Nora Martin Jacqueline Matagulay David & Shirley Maxwell Georgia McCall Terry & Ginny McCall John & Jennifer McCall Katie McCarthy Mark McDonald Moana McManus Rolando Medina Christopher Mendoza Daniel Mendoza Raymundo Mendoza John & Kristine Miller Scott Miller & Janet Burdrick Karen Mitchell Arturo Montijo Joe Montoya Alissa Mullinix Greg Nelson John & Laura Netto Loralee Netto Thanh Nguyen Hannah Nguyen Duc Nguyen Maggie Nixon Sean O’Hara Tiffany O’Hara Eugene John Opinski Justin Owens Todd Pacioni Nikhil Parthasara Marina A. Pavlova Brenda Perez Robert Perez Kimberley Peterson Clara Pieracci & Barbara Toschi Roberta Pina Franco Pincilloti Jesus Ponce Carmen Ponce Gregg Preston Paul & Norma Quilici Juan & Carmen Ramirez John Rankin Timothy Reif Graham & Zona Rice Ken Richards

Art & Mary Robyn Sean Ros Betty Rosa Christine Rosalejos Lisa Rose Tina Rucker Richard & Roberta Rudman Jeff Russakow & Katherina Russakow Tim Ryan Candace Rylant Robert Salas A. E. Saunders & D. J. Bell Adam Schwaninger Lee Scott Violet Silveus Amrik Singh William & Lorraine Smith Jessica Son Nalani Soohoo Sarah Steinbach Chace Suess Verle & Dorothy Swinney Yuko Taki Marc Tan Arlene Tiersma Angel Tjitradjaja Patricia Tolaio George Torres Pordina & Barbara Toschi Richard & Pat Turini Guillermo Valenzuela John Valerio Kathleen VanValen Justin Ward Dan Williams Joel & Kelly Witmer Laura Yau Sok Yun Chunbin Zhang

Believers ($100-$499) Anonymous County of Santa Clara Employees Anonymous Fidelity Employee Anonymous Western Digital Employee Ignacio Altamirano Lou Auckman & Jane Veenendaal Jarek Azevedo Lance Barrett Ryan Barwacz Terri Bonwell Peggy Brabson William & Teresa Cappiello John Caravalho Mike Carvalho Joseph Cea Steve Chisholm John & Peggy Christgau Sean Connolly Patrick Coyle Jeff & Veronica Dabak Pablo & Sophia D’Anna Naomi Davis Donald & Carmel de la Pena Edgar & Linda De Meo Art & Renae DeJager Joseph & Cheryl Dermer Bill & Linda Desler Johannes & Donna DeVries Michael & Elizabeth DeVries Pete Diepersloot Willy & Adrian Diepersloot Jim Dimitrios Reynaldo Dizon Douglas Donofrio Cheryl Downing Sterling & Kay Drazich Kim Dunford Robert Emerson Josh Fagin John Falkowski

We apologize for any names inadvertently left off of this list.

Steve & Kelly Fausone Elliott & Deborah Fils Dorris Fisher Nicole Flavin Rosina Flores Vincent Flores Margaret Giesa Joe Giovacchini Steve Gomez Danielle Graham Tom & Vera Grimmius Kaaren & Mike Hack Gary Hapeman Daniel Haynes Roberta Healy Patricia Hildebrand David Hirschfelt Richard Hoffman Miriam Huntley & Tim Huntely David Isla Mike & Gerri Jager Marina Jaramillo Paul & Jule Jensen Jo Jean Johnson Jennifer Johnson & Bill Forni Mark Johnson Troy Kaialoa Jim & Sylvia Katzman Wayne & Karen Kennan Fan Kong & Loletta Ho Gopal & Hansaa Kumarappan Denise Lansford Bruce & Lori Levin William & Betty Lou Lien Robert Lopez Philip & Christine Lora Alfonzo Malone Jerry & Jan Matranga Mark Mayo Kurt McCalla Richard & Diane McDonnell Charles McFall Peggy Lou Meehan Richard & Caroline Melnicoff Vivian Mena Gary Mintz Curt & Mary Jane Mottesheard Elizabeth Moyer & John Smolarski Kottayam H. & Sita Murugan John & Janet Netto Steve & Rosita Newman Arnold & Miguelita Nicer Dmitri & Misa Nikonov David Oakes & Sheila Botein Derek Oliver William Pace Parimal & Rajul Pandit Randy Parker Jack Parry Sumer Patel & Bhavna Chhotu Christian & Jill Picone Tim Piletic John Raidl Bijan Raquion Brad & Lori Risser Titoeduardo Romasanta Stephen Ryan John Sanchez Joe Sapsford Jennifer Savage Susan Schaps Marvin & Loree Schlichting Richard Sermone Angel Serrano Peg Setti Stephen & Paula Smith Naward Smith Jerry Smith William & Linda Snider Edward & Nancy Strong Douglas Sueoka Jun Sunwoo & MiJung Kim Peggy Tanger Christopher & Elizabeth Thomas Merle Thompson

Jess Torres Ryan Tyre Melody Valadez Eugene & Shirley Vander Wall Vivian Vanoni & Catherine Hobbs Case & Melinda Vyfhuizen Robert & Julia Weasa Arie & Sylvia Wilgenburg Edward & Wilma Wilgenburg Jennie Xu Teh-Jung Yang-Wurm

Visionaries ($500-$999) Anonymous UPS Employee Michelle Allen Norberto Darosa Ann Diepersloot John Ernest Scott & Lynn Frake Scott Johnson Kevin Kranzusch Kurt Ohlfs & Carmen van Gastel Ron & Elaine Ohlfs James Pitto Kevin Qi Liu Adolf & Marion van der Heide John Watson Tanis Wilgenburg

Sustainers ($1,000-$4,999) Anonymous Anonymous IBM Employee Netta Anderson Jeffrey Andrews Bill Berridge Robert & Janet Brabson Jeffrey & Christabel Carlton Dinesh Chandra & Kalpana Krishna Edward & Cobi Dejager Sheila & Martin Dermer Mike & Trucie DeWit Janet & Wylie Greig Gail Hashimoto & Joseph Galgano Albert Howard Gary & Laura Lauder Ricardo & Stephanie Ramirez Ramaswamy & Madhu Ranganathan Liz Simons & Mark Heising Andrew Verhalen & Janet Brownstone

Innovators ($5,000+) Patrick & Penny Barrett Shantala Chandra & Chitresh Narasimhaiah Ken Kuwayti Youth Leadership Committee


s, Restricted Fund Donors, and Corporate in Fiscal Year July ‘10-June’11 Donors to Restricted Funds

In-Kind Individual Donors Jennifer Abidori Greg Adams Aaron Ashkenasy Betty Barranti & Chuck Schmit Patrick & Penny Barrett Kaberi Bhattacharjee Bill & Lynn Binch William Binch Keith Bromberg Jack & Nancy Brown Tom & Valerie Burniece Priscilla Cassasquilla Pete & Stacy Congdon John Connolly, DDS Bob Cowsert John & Pay-Yin Day Nate Deaton Joseph & Cheryl Dermer Martin & Sheila Dermer Bill & Linda Desler David Estrada Stoney & Ann Feeney John & Marcia Goldman Michael Goldstein Bill Gould Robert Gronski Sam & Bea Haddad Beth Harmon Gail Hashimoto & Joseph Galgano Matthew & Bridget Holian Mike Ingster Scott Johnson Robert & Judy Jurkowski Kelli Kawashima Karen & Wayne Kennan Heidi Klein John Koval & Felice Rebol Sharon Lee Mona Litman Dennis Lorette & Patti Wilson Lisa Marks-Ellis Jerry & Jan Matranga Judith Mayes Adam & Michele McKenna Mick Menigoz Kati Miller & Michael Shea Franklin & Khanh Nguyen Carmen Pascual Margie Pedroni J.R. & Liz Petrus Christian & Jill Picone Project Linus Anthony Ramirez Ricardo & Stephanie Ramirez Ramaswamy & Madhu Ranganathan Victor & Olga Rivkin Rosenstein Kent Russel Ron & Bonnie Shipper Susan Simpson Ray Tinnin Uyen Tu Jeff & Christine Walker Cathy Weeks Dennis Whittaker Cheryl Williams Diane Wilson

Corporate Supporters 3CK Group LLC DBA Cartridge World Alliant Insurance Service, Inc.

Community Partner: Above and beyond community supporter who frequently connects with PACE throughout the year

Almaden Pediatrics Anonymous Aquatic AV Artik Art and Architecture Barnes & Noble Berliner Cohen Bill Gould Design Art and Architecture Boomerang CBIZ MHM, LLC Comerica Bank - Western Division CommonWealth Central Credit Union Cupertino Medical Dan Caputo Co. Dennis Lorette Accountancy Corporation Dermer Law Firm Donate For Charity, Inc E-Script Fairway Charms FAS Industries Inc. Focus Business Bank Fox Creek Vineyards Gilfix & La Poll Associates, LLP Hopkins and Carley Law Corp. Just Give Liberty Benefit Insurance Services, Inc. Office Depot Ranger Construction Service Painting, Inc. Target Corporation Wells Fargo Foundation Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Banking

In-Kind Corporate Donors 24 Hour Fitness American Idol Bear Valley Cross Country Berkeley Repertory Theatre Big 5 Sporting Goods Bill Jones Wildcat Railroad BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse Bloomingdale’s Boulder Creek Golf & Country Club Burrell School Byington Vineyard & Winery California’s Great America Capers CBS Cedar Tree Cleaners Center for Natural Healing Cline Cellars Cocola Bakery Comedy Sportz Costco Wholesale Crowne Plaza Cabana Hotel Custom Creations Photography Dermer Law Firm Diamond Quality Printing Diddams Dr. Phil Flint Center for the Performing Arts Fox Broadcasting Company Friends of the Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo From Tee to Green Gentry Magazine Gilroy Gardens Giorgios Italian and Frankie, Johnnie & Luigi Too! Go Go Juice, LLC Happy Hollow Park & Zoo Higher Fire Studios Hilton San Jose Hobee’s California Restaurants Hotel Shattuck Plaza IBM IKON imotion, Exclusive Trendsetting Family Portraits Jade Moon, LP Kiehl’s KRON 4 KTRY Kyoto Palace, Japanese Restaurant La Concha Spa & Salon


Lake Tahoe Golf Course Lululemon Athletica Lunardi’s Mann’s Jewelers Marie Z Photography Meri Meri Microsoft Community Affairs Monique’s Chocolates Moore Buick Napa Valley Wine Train Oakland A’s Community Fund OARS Office Depot Oregon Shakespeare Festival P.F. Chang’s Paper Source Park Place Peet’s Cofee & Tea Priest Station Café Raging Waters Ravenwood Winery Robinson and Companies San Jose Earthquakes San Jose Improv Santa Cruz Mountain Winegrower’s Association Scopazzi’s Restaurant and Lounge Sharks Ice at San Jose Sports Basement Starbucks Storyteller Project Sugar Bowl Corporation Super Fish Charter Symphony Silicon Valley Synopsis Tax Services Group The Blues Jean Bar THE DOCTORS The Home Depot Foundation TheatreWorks Tony & Alba’s Pizza & Pasta Vintage Wine Merchants Vintners Collective W.L. Butler Construction, Inc. Winchester Mystery House Winter Lodge Yuki Sushi

Grantors Build A Bear Foundation California Communications Access Foundation Corbalis Family Foundation CVS Caremark Community Grants Escher Family Fund/Silicon Valley Community Foundation Junior League of San Jose Morrison and Foerster Foundation San Jose Mercury News SanDisk Corporation Fund Sobrato Family Foundation The Carl Gellert and Celia Berta Gellert Foundation United Way Silicon Valley Wells Fargo Foundation

Community Partners 94.9 Christine Reed, Licensed Architect Diamond Quality Printing imotion Robert A. Bothman, Inc. Stanford Lively Arts The Family Giving Tree UPS United Way Silicon Valley


Anonymous Erik Amos Flora Anecito Joseph Balestrieri Jim & Linda Ballard John & Malinda Barrera Patrick & Penny Barrett Sudipta & Kaberi Bhattacharjee John Bialy Robert & Janet Brabson Peggy Brabson Jill Brabson Roger & Margot Brockmeyer John Budnik Tom & Valerie Burniece Ronald Burton Shantala Chandra & Chitresh Narasimhaiah John & Winnie Cheng John & Peggy Christgau Tony & Michelle Clement Ashley Clement Charles Cohl Alain & Stephanie de Raynal Martin & Sheila Dermer Joseph & Cheryl Dermer Dan Dermer & Ed Pratt Bill & Linda Desler Philippe Dor Alan Dunckel Toni Ensunsa Stoney & Ann Feeney John Feeney James & Arleen Ferguson Mary Flanagan-Hanson Gary & Nanci Fredkin Bruce & Kathy Fujikawa Marcia Goldman Janet Goldstein & Charles Cohl Gabriel & L. Maria Grosskopf Dick & Barbara Grote Doug Halbert Peter & Jan Harris Amy Harris & Joss Geiduschek Gail Hashimoto & Joseph Galgano Karen Heggie Martin & Nanci Hochroth Matt & Bridget Holian Tim & Claire Hough Scott Johnson Ron Johnson Wes & Marilynn Jones Jim & Sylvia Katzman Wayne & Karen Kennan Mark & Heidi Klein Ali Kramer William Kremer & Mary Kremer Gary & Laura Lauder Patrick Lynch Peter Lynch Robert & Deborah Marinconz Donald & Barbara Marselle Jerry & Jan Matranga Judith Mayes Mark Mayo Richard & Diane McDonnell Todd & Leeann Meeker Andrew & Carol Mellows Ray & Suzanne Mocherman Matt & Ellen Moran Bill & Karen Morris John & Janet Netto Richard & Arlene Noodleman Gregg Nurnberg Keith & Martha Ohlfs Ron & Elaine Ohlfs Christian & Jill Picone Stephen & Barbara Poppe Alan Raineri Ricardo & Stephanie Ramirez Victor & Olga Rivkin Elizabeth Sanborn Pete & Elizabeth Schwartz Dave & Abby Setti Peg Setti

Eric Seymour & Deborah Danielewicz Liz Simons & Mark Heising Daniel & Sue Stucker Tony & Carolyn Tucher Linda Urquhart Dolf Van der Heide Maarten & Charis van der Heide Sander van der Heide Peter van der Heide Lin & Glynis Watts Sonnie Zambino Jennifer Zhao

PACE Board of Directors Madhu Ranganathan, President Geoff Davis, Vice President Harry Lopez, Treasurer Kurt Ohlfs, Secretary Valerie Burniece Stephanie De Raynal Joe Dermer Jeff Fallick Jocelyn Garcia-Thome Tom Hayes Scott Johnson Matt Moran Christian Picone

PACE Executive Staff

PACE Development Department

Kurt Ohlfs Executive Director

Bridget Holian Development Director

Karen Kennan Assistant Executive Director

Caitlyn Nguyen Development Associate Julie Myers Gonzales Event Planning Consultant Jennifer Welling Grant Writer Consultant

Annual Report Editor Nora MartÍn Marketing and Communication Manager

Mission PACE’s mission is to provide high quality programs for individuals with Autism and its related developmental disabilities, so they may experience the satisfaction and fulfillment that accompany learning, self-expression, self-care, productive work and interpersonal and community experiences.

Pacific Autism Center for Education Connect • Support • Educate

PACE Connections 897 Broadleaf Lane San Jose, CA 95128

PACE School & Admin 1880 Pruneridge Ave. Santa Clara, CA 95050

FACES 400 Seaport Ct. #230 Redwood City, CA 94063

PACE Annual Report 2010-2011  

Pacific Autism Center for Education's 2010-2011 Annual Report presents PACE highlights over the past year, a list of our donors and communit...

PACE Annual Report 2010-2011  

Pacific Autism Center for Education's 2010-2011 Annual Report presents PACE highlights over the past year, a list of our donors and communit...