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We cannot thank you enough for the kindness, love and joy that you have brought all of us and especially Sean.Juan and Esther
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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!

 
Help Us Build Our New Walkway

Over the next three weeks, bulldozers will be digging, mixers will be mixing, trucks will be delivering, and contractors will be constructing, and a new Spectrum Walkway will be installed at our Kingston School! Our blacktop sidewalk will be 512 feet long, forming an L in front of our building and down the side of the preschool wing.

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Dignity for All Students (DASA) Training

Monday September 17th & Thursday, 20th at our Kingston School
70 Kukuk Lane, Kingston NY 12401 - Presenter: Cheryl Engel, Ph.D.
Registration Fee: $75.00 - Both Classes are from 4:00pm to 7:00pm

A six-hour Training in Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying & Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention. This is a New York State Education Department approved coursework training. The cost is $75 for the full, two day training. Limited seating available Please register early! You must attend both days to receive workshop credit.

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How Pets Can Enhance Social and Emotional Development in Children and Adolescents with Autism

Submitted by Tiffany Francese-Sears, MA, LMHC,

Experts say a child's physical, social, emotional and cognitive development can all be encouraged by interaction with the family pet. Having a pet helps children improve their motor skills and also increases overall activity. For children, pets can be wonderful for socializing. Children are more prone to approach and interact with another child who is playing with an animal, so a pet can be the bridge between a less socially outgoing child and other potential playmates.

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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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