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Every mother dreams about their children’s future. When they are special, the dream of being independent, graceful, happy, bright kids and also “socially adapted” is almost a fantasy. You guys made that fantasy a reality. Look at Kyle and Kayden. We will always be thankful.Linetty
Mother of Kyle and Kayden
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Center for Spectrum Services

Long before autism became a commonly understood disability, Center for Spectrum Services focused on the treatment of this puzzling disorder. With a history of excellence serving people all across the autism spectrum, the dedicated and talented staff of Spectrum Services believe that each person we work with has the ability to grow, learn and achieve, and with each day another life is brightened.

Watch this 5-minute video to see the miracles
we make happen every day!

 
April is Autism Awareness Month

Join your Spectrum Services family as we celebrate, advocate, and educate for Autism awareness throughout the month of April. We'll have fundraising events, knowledge-drives, and ways for you to support Hudson Valley children with autism.

We'll have many ways for everyone to get involved in helping to raise awareness to our Hudson Valley loved ones with Autism. Join us, and become an Autism Awareness Advocate! 

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Paint'n Sip Party

When: Friday, April 7th from 7-9pm
Where: Spectrum Services, 70 Kukuk Lane, Kingston NY 12401
Donation Entry: $50

Entry includes two complimentary glasses of wine, finger food, canvass, paint, and needed art supplies.

Join us for a fun night of wine, finger food, canvass, and paint as our artist in residence, Jamie Smith, leads you and your fellow “artists” step-by-step as you craftily paint the same work of art!

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10 Basic Financial Steps for Special Needs Caregivers

SPECIAL NEEDS PLANNING WORKSHOP - Sponsored by Mass Mutual Financial Group
Tuesday, March 30th from 6:30-8:00pm
Spectrum Services Kingston School

As a caregiver of a dependent with special needs the single most important issue on your mind, regardless of the age of the dependent, is what will happen to my dependent after I’m gone. There are some needs that will always be present and they must be carefully considered and planned for appropriately.

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From Our Experts: Dealing with Challenging Sleep Issues

Submitted by Leah Siuta, Family Service Department Head

So many parents of children with autism are looking for answers as to why their child doesn’t sleep well, and what we can do to change that. Good sleep is restorative. Without it, children are more irritable, more fatigued, less likely to learn in school, and more likely to engage in problem behaviors.

Sleep problems may include difficulty complying with bed time routines, interfering behaviors, difficulty falling and staying asleep, nightmares, and poor napping patterns. Although difficult, sleep behaviors can be positively influenced in many ways.

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