Winterville, NC: New 23-acre campus for autistic children 'to reach so many more families'

Oct 30, 2018, New Bern, NC, ABC12: Aces for Autism to build 23-acre campus in Winterville WINTERVILLE, Pitt County — The Aces for Autism organization has big plans for the future. A 23-acre campus devoted to helping children with autism was unveiled in Winterville. The Ron and Rose Bowen Family Autism Campus will house a state-of-the-art clinical facility, school and recreational building. The four-year-old organization is currently holding clinics out of Oakmont Baptist Church. The organization serves 50 families in Eastern North Carolina with another 50 on the waiting list. "Not only is this gonna be on Greenville, Winterville, but the entire eastern North Carolina region," said Kyle Robinson with Aces for Autism. "We have families currently that drive an hour and 45 minutes one way for services, and families from all over have reached over and we could have a space for our own we're going to be able to reach so many more families."