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Building an Autism-Friendly World

Building an Autism-Friendly World

When Debbie Sinon’s son, Brenden, was diagnosed with autism at 18 months old, there was a lot to navigate, from new doctors and therapies to early intervention programs. There was… Continue reading Building an Autism-Friendly World

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Travel and Autism: Tips for the Journey

Travel and Autism: Tips for the Journey

Every parent wants to give his or her child a set of vacation memories; that’s no different for parents of people with autism. But while most trips for “typical” families… Continue reading Travel and Autism: Tips for the Journey

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Dutchess County is recognized for autism support

Dutchess County is recognized for autism support

The Anderson Center for Autism has designated Dutchess County as an Autism Supportive County, making it the first  in New York state to receive such a recognition. To be named… Continue reading Dutchess County is recognized for autism support

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Rhinebeck’s Autism Supportive Community Effort Continues

Rhinebeck’s Autism Supportive Community Effort Continues

The Village of Rhinebeck, New York, is an Autism Supportive Community, one of just a handful across the country. The effort that began less than a year ago is entering… Continue reading Rhinebeck’s Autism Supportive Community Effort Continues

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