Anderson Center, FDR Estate Partner For ‘Autism Supportive Environronment’

Northwest Dutchess Daily News March 30, 2017 Skip Pearlman DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. — The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park recently announced that it is joining forces with Anderson Center for Autism (ACA) to become an official “Autism Supportive Environment.” By partnering with ACA, which is responsible for working with 45Read More

PRESS RELEASE: March 24, 2017 Contact: Liz Proscia, Marketing and Communications Coordinator (845) 471-0589, ext. 12 or LProscia@mhcm.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Children’s Museum Launches New Sensory Hours POUGHKEEPSIE, NY- As part of National Autism Awareness Month, the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum is introducing Sensory Hours, a new monthly program designed for families with young children with autism, on Sunday, April […]Read More

At Anderson Center for Autism, direct care workers ‘extension of family’

Poughkeepsie Journal March 10, 2017 By Patrick Paul Imagine applying for a job that required the following: unwavering patience with challenging behaviors, the ability to connect with those who may not be able to communicate, physical strength to lift another human being from his wheelchair to the car, diligent attention to a schedule complete withRead More

Gallery At Rhinebeck To Showcase Anderson Center For Autism Artists

Northwest Dutchess Daily Voice March 15, 2017 RHINEBECK, N.Y. – The Gallery at Rhinebeck, a commission-free venue designed to showcase the fine art, sculpture, and handmade jewelry of local artists, has announced that it will be hosting an event to honor Autism Awareness Month (April). The not-for-profit organization, located at 47 East Market Street, hasRead More

Mill House Brewing To Release Ale To Benefit Anderson Center For Autism

Southwest Dutchess Daily Voice March 15, 2017 POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — Anderson Center for Autism and Mill House Brewing Company in Poughkeepsie recently announced plans to once again join forces in honor of Autism Awareness Month this April as the highly anticipated “Mr. Anderson Ale” is released for the public to enjoy. The unique brew, firstRead More

Poughkeepsie Journal March 10, 2017 By Patrick Paul Editor’s note: “Community Voices” is a regular column featuring local nonprofit organizations that offer services to the community in an effort to affect change and make a difference. If you represent such a group and would like to participate in this feature, email bfarrell@poughkeepsiejournal.com; include “Community Voices” […]Read More

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