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In Spectrum Services sibling groups, the siblings of the special needs children get to talk about how their lives have been affected by the autism disorder. They can express their frustrations and concerns with other children that are going through it at the same time… The children in these groups also get to know what it is like to have autism.Ellen
Mother of Andrew and Ethan
LuLaRoe at Spectrum Services!

Hey, LuLaRoe fans! It's coming, and it's coming to Spectrum Services!

That's right, you can shop one of your favorite outlets right here, all while supporting Spectrum Services programs for children with autism. LuLaRoe will donate a percentage of all sales to the school.

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Help Us to Expand Worlds!

At Spectrum Services we know about expanding worlds, because we make worlds grow and expand for so many of our children with autism.

When Cayden began preschool at Spectrum Services, he wouldn't interact or play with others, and rarely moved out of the corner of the classroom that was his safe space.

New teachers and playmates gradually joined Cayden in his safe space. Cayden's teachers worked to expand his perimeter of safety by a few inches each day. Those inches became feet, then yards, and then the whole classroom. Today, Cayden's horizons have expanded to envelope the whole school, as he traverses his new, ever-broadening world.

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Parent Groups and Workshops

At Spectrum Services we believe that parents must be partners in their child’s educational program. For this reason we offer Parent Support and Parent Workshops free for any parent of a child with a developmental disability. Funding is provided through grants from the Office of People with Developmental Disabilities.

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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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