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I appreciate the commitment the Center for Spectrum Services has shown to enriching the children’s lives beyond the physical, social and academic… allowing me to bring music movement and rhythm to …classes.Rayla
Center for Spectrum Services Music teacher
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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!

 
Harvest Hop Dance II

Saturday, November 19th7:30pm - 10:30pm
Diamond Mills, Saugerties NY
Sue Cutrone, Harvest Hop Honoree & Chairperson

Back by popular demand, it's our Harvest Hop Dance. Join us for a bountiful night of fun, frolic, and friends, as we enjoy sumptuous fare, live music for dancing, a silent auction, and more.

The highly sought after music group The Phantoms will be performing throughout the night, both acapella and plugged in! A wonderful night out for you, all supporting the programs and services of Center for Spectrum Services and the life-changing work we do with our children with autism.

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Supporting Spectrum Services Offers Sweet Rewards

Do you remember the Now and Later candies? They were the fruit-flavored taffy-like candy we’d often get at the movie theater as children. As the name suggests, you could enjoy the gummy goodness now, and then save some to enjoy later.

Supporting Spectrum Services brings its own sweetness. Similar to Now and Later candies, you can support our programs today, which allow us to evaluate, educate and elevate the lives of students with autism, and you can support our programs of tomorrow, securing our footprint well into the future by donating to our new Center for Spectrum Services Endowment Fund.

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Hollywood Ruby Jubilee

Our 40th Anniversary Hollywood Ruby Jubilee was a resounding success, and attended by nearly 200 Spectrum Services supporters, staff, family, former students and employees, and many friends. Attending also were a number of elected officials and VIPs, like County Executive Mike Hein and Kingston Mayor Steve Noble, and even football legend Sean Landeta of the NY Giants.

The event raised many thousands of dollars to support Spectrum Services programs for children with autism. Here are photos from the night!

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Ruby Rose Recipient 2016: Michele Dingman-Lindo

Center for Spectrum Services is delighted to announce Michele Dingman-Lindo as this year’s winner of the Ruby Rose Award of Excellence.  The award is peer-driven, and each year well over a dozen nominations are submitted and the award selection committee must then decide the final award winner.

“Michele is a very dedicated staff member,” notes her supervisor, MaryAlice Millham. “Michele goes above and beyond for students and co-workers on a daily basis!”

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