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九月

19

2018

Direct support professionals deserve quality of life too

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2017, 61.9 percent of married couples with children in their home were both employed.

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十一月

22

2018

Autism awareness part of Rhinebeck holiday events on Nov. 25

RHINEBECK, N.Y. — Holiday season in the village begins Sunday, Nov. 25, with a parade, tree lighting and events that include a sensory safe space as part of autism awareness.

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十一月

29

2018

Recognize and empower people with disabilities

Beginning in 1992, people from all corners of the globe have recognized United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

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十二月

13

2018

The Gift of Knitting

As children, we’re often the benefactors of gifts passed down by our parents, but have no understanding of their value until we are much older.

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一月

02

2019

In the new year, resolve to Do One Thing for someone else

With the turn of the calendar comes the annual pressure of transforming our habits and our lives: the New Year’s Resolution challenge.

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一月

21

2019

Rhinebeck seeks to become Autism Supportive Community

The Anderson Center for Autism is partnering with the Village of Rhinebeck to create the first Autism Supportive Community in the Hudson Valley region.

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二月

03

2019

Anderson Center for Autism receives donation of 100 computers

The Anderson Center for Autism says a donation of 100 computers from the 109th Airlift Wing and Department of Defense’s Computers for Learning program has allowed the nonprofit to replace some of its older technology.

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二月

13

2019

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time opens Feb. 15 at Center for Performing Arts in Rhinebck

Christopher Boone, who likely has autism, is on a quest to find the killer of his neighbor's dog, challenging his relationship with his parents and a teacher.

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三月

07

2019

TEENAGER SETS OUT TO RAISE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS FOR AUTISM PROGRAMS THROUGH 3rd ANNUAL PAJAMA DAY EVENT

Staatsburg, New York and East Moriches, New York – Abby Edwards, a teenager from East Moriches, NY, announced today plans to expand a successful “Pajama Day” fundraiser initiative, originally based on Long Island, to the Hudson Valley region.

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三月

07

2019

Teenager sets out to raise money for Autism programs

STAATSBURG — Abby Edwards, a teenager from East Moriches, announced plans to expand a successful “Pajama Day” fundraiser initiative, originally based on Long Island, to the Hudson Valley region.

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