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The Center for Spectrum Services is a recognized leader in our community for educating children with autism… I am pleased that they are taking the initiative to expand their programs to serve the growing number of children on the autistic spectrum. Beverly Allyn, Coordinator
Children with Special Needs, Dutchess County Department of Health
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Center for Spectrum Services

Long before autism became a commonly understood disability, the Center for Spectrum Services (formerly The Children's Annex) 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 the Center for 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 4-minute video to see what we do, every day

 
Partners for Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month: Support Our Local Partners for Autism

The Center for Spectrum Services has partnered with a number of local businesses who want to help raise funds for our programs and services for students on the Autism Spectrum. They're doing this in a number of ways, like placing donation jars on their counters. Check out our list of local businesses who are supporting Spectrum Services, and then please help by supporting our local partners!

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Ellenville Campus Playground Build

Playgrounds Project: May 16, 2015
Ellenville Playground Build

We can't do this witout your support!

This is it! We're in the final stretch of our Playgrounds Project, an entirely new playground to build for our Ellenville Campus, and some fine-tuning for our Kingston Campus playground. We cannot complete this project without the help of the entire community.

Please help by donating, or volunteering your time to help build the playground at our Ellenville campus.

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Light It Up Blue to Host Fundraiser for Spectrum Services

Saturday, April 25th 4 p.m.
Holiday Inn Middletown-Goshen
68 Crystal Run Rd, Middletown, NY 10940


What had started out as a few friends throwing a party to raise money and awareness for Autism, has grown into a public event not to be missed, where hundreds attend, and everyone is invited. This year, Light It Up Blue has designated Spectrum Services as the organization that all funds raised will be donated.

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Ruby Rose Recipient 2015: Kim Osterhoudt

Center for Spectrum Services is delighted to announce Kim Osterhoudt as this year’s Ruby Rose Award recipient. Kim is a New York State certified special educator, but began her career at Spectrum Services in 1995 as a young teacher aide, and steadily grew in accomplishment, with progressive and expanded duties. When Kim’s own children came along, she continued working in our community-based special education program, working one-on-one with younger children on the spectrum. Kim later moved back into center-based teaching, where her career continued its path of successive leadership, and now as a Ruby Rose recipient."Kim is a consummate professional," declares Jamey Wolff, program director and Spectrum Services cofounder. "It's been a pleasure to watch her expertise grow to meet the needs of her students."

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