Line Dance for a Cause

Hudson Valley News Network August 25, 2016 Katy Walsh POUGHKEEPSIE – Join Poughkeepsie Nissan and Anderson Center for Autism for a rootin’ tootin’ good time on September 1st from 7 to 10 p.m. at Poughkeepsie Nissan’s popular event “Line Dance for a Cause.” Anyone can join in, expert line dancers and novices are welcome. Acclaimed line dance instructor,Read More

Reexamining mission can aid nonprofits

Poughkeepsie Journal Patrick D. Paul August 23, 2016 My name is Patrick D. Paul and for the past 12 years I have served as chief operating officer at Anderson Center for Autism. In 2017, I will assume the leadership of Anderson as chief executive officer. Our staff of 800 supports approximately 140 individuals, both childrenRead More

‘Think Differently’ initiative supports people with disabilities

The Post-Star July 31, 2016 Joseph Tingley LAKE GEORGE — A new initiative calls upon local government and residents to be more conscious and accepting of people with disabilities, especially those on the autism spectrum. The Lake George Village Board voted unanimously earlier this month for a resolution that calls for the adoption of the “ThinkRead More

Push to ‘Think Differently’ extends beyond Dutchess

Poughkeepsie Journal August 1, 2016 John W. Barry A Dutchess County push to expand support for people with special needs is gaining momentum. Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro said municipalities statewide have adopted resolutions in support of his “Think Differently” initiative. In a press release, Molinaro said his work to encourage supportive environments for thoseRead More

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