Anderson Center looks to build future for those with autism

Poughkeepsie Journal April 7, 2017 By Abbott Brant Every Thursday, the now-22-year-old Michael heads to Ronzoni Pizzeria on Violet Avenue to fold pizza boxes, so that pizzas can be delivered hot to hungry customers. One out of every 68 children will be diagnosed with autism, according to Anderson Center Executive Director and CEO Patrick Paul & Autism Awareness Month,Read More

Anderson Center Uses Innovative Tool to Measure Quality of Life

Hudson Valley News Network April 3, 2017 Kathy Welsh STAATSBURG – Anderson Center for Autism has announced the use of a tool that will measure quality of life for those impacted by Autism, a neurological disorder that impairs ability to communicate. The use of this tool, which is called the San Martin Scale, is expectedRead More

ACA Teachers Tap Into Organizational Skills That Change Student’s Life

Northwest Dutchess Daily Voice April 1, 2017 Skip Pearlman STAATSBURG, N.Y. – When Michael came to the Anderson Center for Autism, he was just 8 years old. Now an Anderson graduate resident at age 22, Michael holds down two jobs, including a full-time position in the kitchen at the Anderson Center, and has also participatedRead More

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