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Transition Services: Moving to Multiply

The stories on research, education and support related to children with autism seem to appear daily. Awareness is growing, and so are the children. Approximately 50,000 individuals with ASD turn 18 each year in the United States. What happens when … Continue reading

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An Open Thank You Letter to Teachers

The bell has rung, school’s out, summer fun begins (if the sun shines again in Erie). It’s the time of year when school comes to a close and a sense of change approaches. As I walk the halls of the … Continue reading

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Fun in the Summertime!

As summer approaches, I look back to Ryan’s summers growing up. What was true of him at age 3 is true at 19. He LOVES the outdoors. It can be any sport – bicycling, swimming, basketball, walking/running and more swimming – … Continue reading

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If You Could do One Thing to Make a Difference in the Life of a Child, Make it this One

The one thing that makes a difference in the life of a child born into poverty is the opportunity to succeed. How do you provide a child with this opportunity? Through quality early childhood programs. Too many families lack the … Continue reading

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A Seusstastical Celebration

If you go to your local library or book store, they’re likely paying tribute to Dr. Seuss, who would have turned 109 this past Saturday, March 2. Dr. Seuss, whose real name was Theodor Seuss Geisel published 46 children’s books, … Continue reading

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PNC Promotes Early Education

In a previous blog, I discussed the critical importance of quality early childhood education for our young children.  As we transition from summer to a new school year, I want to bring to your attention the leadership role PNC, one … Continue reading

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