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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.

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we make happen every day!

 
Summer Autism Training Institute

Professionals: Earn 12 CTLE Hours with this Valuable Training:
This 4-part workshop series is designed to provide teachers, clinicians, and other educational professionals with an understanding of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Verbal Behavior (VB), visual supports and language development strategies. We will discuss and demonstrate the application of key behavioral principles such as motivation, stimulus control, reinforcement and how they play out into increasing positive behaviors.

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Autism Panel: Differently-Abled

This Panel Discussion Occured on March 24, 2018 as Part of the 2018 Woodstock Bookfest.

To Listen to an audio copy of this panel discussion: Click Here!

At the 2018 Woodstock BookFest, Jamey Wolff, Co-Founder and Program Director of Center for Spectrum Services, moderated a conversation with writers Ann Martin, Carolyn Parkhurst, and John Elder Robison, as they discuss living with and writing about high functioning autism and Asperger's Syndrome.

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Get Informed by Our Spring Workshop Series

Spectrum Services Spring 2018 Workshop Series
Family members, caretakers, professionals, and paraprofessionals are invited to sign up for our Spring Workshop Series. These include themes such as new developments on autism diagnosis and treatment, and understanding Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

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Put Your Mask On First

Submitted by Sandra Brownsey, Ellenville Program Coordinator

If you’ve ever flown on a plane, you’ve heard the flight attendant give the instruction, “Be sure to put your oxygen mask on first before helping those around you.” While this might seem obvious, as parents we tend to put ourselves last. More so, parents of children with special needs know there is added extra stress, and so self-care becomes even more essential.

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