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Thanks to each one of you who have touched Casey and Alexis’ lives and our heart! We are so thankful for the solid foundation you have given them.Karen
Mother of Alexis and Casey
Partners for Autism

Support Our Local Partners for Autism

During Autism Awareness Month, April 2015, Center for Spectrum Services partnered with a number of local businesses who helped raise funds for our programs and services for students on the Autism Spectrum. 

This year's campaign might be over, but please check
out our list of local businesses who supported Spectrum Services, and then help by supporting them!

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Light It Up Blue Hosts Fundraiser for Spectrum Services

Center for Spectrum Services is delighted to announce that our friends and organizers of the Light It Up Blue party on April 25th raised well over $12,000 for Spectrum Services, with hudreds showing up for the event.

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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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Artist and Inventor, Ward Fleming installs Pinscreen at Spectrum Services


Local artist, Ward Fleming, invented the Pinscreen, a handheld 3-D image making device for taking impressions of everyday objects while attending the Art Institute of San Francisco in 1976. Initially developed as a hands-on science exhibit for the Exploratorium, the Pinscreen became a popular toy with an estimated 20 million handheld Pinscreens in circulation today.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWc7Q_FCG8c

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WAMC Public Radio interview with Jamey Wolff & Gary Kvistad

Center for Spectrum Co-Founder / Program Director, Jamey Wolff,  recently joined Garry Kvistad, Grammy Award winning musician and owner of Woodstock Percussion, on WAMC’s radio Morning Show. Click here to enjoy their on air discussion about the charitable Woodstock Chimes for Autism initiative, the story behind the beautiful chimes that are helping to raise much needed funding for autism research and Center for Spectrum Services’ programs, and the special talents young Tyler has as a result of his Autism Spectrum Disorder that inspired Garry in his design and vision for the Chimes for Autism. See Tyler’s story and/or order your Chimes for Autism by clicking in the box to the left, here on our home page.

 
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