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Autism: Through the Lens of a Sibling

Autism: Through the Lens of a Sibling

Today, I share the sentiments of my son Cam, whose brother Owen now lives in a full-time residential setting at Anderson Center for Autism in the Hudson Valley region of… Continue reading Autism: Through the Lens of a Sibling

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Village of Rhinebeck takes steps to become supportive of people with autism

Village of Rhinebeck takes steps to become supportive of people with autism

When you think about autism, says Kathy Kollar, whose 19-year-old son Owen is autistic, don’t think about “Rainman.” The popular film, in which Dustin Hoffman plays an autistic savant, doesn’t… Continue reading Village of Rhinebeck takes steps to become supportive of people with autism

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Anderson Center graduates celebrate accomplishments

Anderson Center graduates celebrate accomplishments

The moment, as Courtney Cross put on her cap and gown, was bittersweet. She was excited to graduate from the Anderson Center of Autism’s education program, but finishing also meant… Continue reading Anderson Center graduates celebrate accomplishments

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An Impossible Choice Opens a World of Possibilities

An Impossible Choice Opens a World of Possibilities

As parents, we are faced with micro-level decisions throughout each day. Then, there are the macro-decisions – those choices that feel like they could be game-changers. From which nursery school… Continue reading An Impossible Choice Opens a World of Possibilities

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