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Valerie Teague - Abilities Expo

Podcast April 2019

This weekend's guest is Valerie Teague. Valerie is the Director of Sales for the Abilities Expo. The Abilities Expo has been the go-to source for the Community of people with disabilities, their families, seniors, veterans and healthcare professionals for over 40 years. Tune in to learn more about Abilities and what types of demos, services, activities, etc. will be available at our local expo, happening May 3rd through May 5th at the New Jersey Convention and Expo Center. For more information visit https://www.abilities.com/newyork/

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Allison Fedigan - Autism Directory Service

Podcast April 2019

Allison is one of the directors of the Autism Directory Service - an organization that provides many different grants for families and individuals living in the Hudson Valley. She is also the chair person for this years local Autism Awareness Community Walk! Tune in to learn more about ADS and what they do for our community. We hope to see you at this years Autism Awareness Community Walk! For more information visit: www.adshelps.org

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Abby Edwards - Pajama Day 2019

Podcast April 2019

Abby is the sibling of an Anderson student and a huge advocate for those with ASD. For three years now she has been helping to raise funds for Anderson Center for Autism while also raising awareness for Autism Spectrum Disorder. Tune in to learn more about Abby's fundraising and awareness efforts and how they've grown over the years!

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Carol Weber - Anderson Team Member

Podcast March 2019

Carol is the Assistant Director here at Anderson and has been a team member for over 30 years! Tune in to learn a little bit of Anderson history… department expansions, new programs and services, how the campus has grown over the years, and more.

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Dr. Siegel - Maine Behavioral Health

Podcast March 2019

Dr. Siegel is the Director of the Developmental Disorders Program of Maine Behavioral Health. He is currently leading a three year long a study on the unpredictability of behaviors in those with ASD. The goal of the study is to see whether a wearable device (like a fit-bit watch) can predict behavioral episodes before they occur. Tune in to learn more about this amazing study and how it can help caretakers, families, and individuals on the Autism spectrum.

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