MMR - no link to Autism, new study finds

The most promising areas of autism research

CDC - 1 in 68 children with autism

April is Autism Awareness Month

April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day

Autism Walk & Expo - April 26

Study Finds Merit in Autism Blood Test

Winter Issue of Autism Spectrum News


Autism Trainings for 2015

Hudson Valley Regional Center for ASD

Autism Awareness Community Hub

"Autism in Love" to premier at Tribeca Film Fest

Thounds with disabilities to get rental assistance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Autism Family Center of Westchester offers services and support

Lower Hudson Valley Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (RCASD)

 

 

 

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Putnam ARC, provides the information on this website
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The Autism Resource Center
Your Gateway to Autism Services in New York’s Hudson Valley.

 

The Autism Resource Center is dedicated to providing comprehensive information, evaluation, and advocacy services to individuals with autism, their families, friends, teachers, physicians, health professionals and concerned members of the Hudson Valley (Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, Ulster, Orange, Dutchess) community. Sponsored by PARC, the Autism Resource Center is the first centralized source for information on available resources to improve the quality of life for individuals with Autism in the Hudson Valley region.



 

 

The launch of this Web site was made possible through the generous funding of Provident Bank, Gannett Foundation and the Thomas & Agnes Carvel Foundation. PARC, a nonprofit agency at the forefront in providing advocacy and programming for children and adults with developmental disabilities in Putnam, northern Westchester and southern Dutchess Counties, New York, spearheaded the effort to launch the much-needed site.
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