The show beyond the statistic

Derived from the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) amongst children in the United States, 1 in 54 addresses hot topics affecting the autism community in the Hudson Valley and beyond. The unique interview format features host Eliza Bozenski of Anderson Center for Autism, New York’s premier autism treatment center, along with celebrity guests, professionals in the field, community partners, and more.

Bozenski serves as the Chief Development Officer and oversees the Development and Admissions departments. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Miami University of Ohio and her master’s degree in clinical social work from New York’s Columbia University.

The half-hour weekend program is produced by Pamal Broadcasting, LTD. 1 in 54 continues to serve the tri-state area as a leading autism resource since its inception in 2012.

1 in 54 airs on:

Real Country WBNR 1260AM and WLNA 1420AM
Beacon, NY, Realcountryhv.com, Saturdays, 9:30AM EST & Sundays, 9:00AM EST

WHUD 100.7FM
Beacon, NY, Whud.com, Sundays, 5:30AM EST

Fox Oldies, WGNY 105.3FM and 1220AM
New Windsor, NY, Foxradio.net, Sundays, 7:30AM EST

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Jennifer Kalter & Sarah Thompson - New York Transit Museum

Dec, 29 2018

This week's guests are Jennifer Kalter and Sarah Thompson from the New York Transit Museum! The museum is located in Brooklyn, NY and was founded by transit workers in the 1970's. Jennifer is the Assistant Deputy Director for Education & Public Programs. Sarah is the Special Education and ACCESS Coordinator. The museum offers many different programs dedicated to honoring the strengths of people with disabilities. One in particular - Subway Sleuths - is a program that uses shared interest in trains among grade school students on the autism spectrum as a means to encourage social interaction between peers. Tune in to learn more! Visit https://www.nytransitmuseum.org/ for more information.