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  • Title: FACES 4 Autism
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. What Is Autism?.. About Faces.. Donate.. Contact Us.. More.. Information.. About The Book.. Gallery.. Blow Bubbles 4 Autism.. Videos We Love.. Activities For Families.. Calendar Of Events.. Support Group Chapters.. Search.. Meet Face to Face.. Join us for support group meetings or our coffee chats at Dunkin Donuts each month.. The schedlule is on our Support Groups Page under "MORE".. Next one is Tuesday, September 18 at 9:30am at Dunkin Donuts Tilton Rd.. , Northfield.. Blow Bubbles 4 Autism.. Thursday, April 26th this year at 1:15pm EST, we all joined together all over the world to make history! We are still counting, but so far, we have over 57,202 people, and the record is 34,529! As soon as we submit the paperwork to Guiness, we will know officially!.. What's Going On?.. Check out the photos from FACES 4 Autism's FCA Surf Day, Look at our Meetings Schedules, and area happenings.. [f].. [t].. [m].. [p].. FACES Autism Support Network helps others see the awesomeness in autism awareness.. As we celebrate our TENTH year as a non-profit organization, we have simplified our name to FACES 4 AUTISM.. We will still offer our original keystones of excellence:.. EDUCATION AND SUPPORT, and will continue to bring Autism Awareness to those around the world.. Our mission of education and support will be finished when we have made sure that EVERYONE can ALWAYS PRESUME INTELLECT (as author William  ...   by autism in New Jersey.. One in 88 in the USA, and 70 are boys.. There are three distinctive behaviors that characterize autism spectrum disorders.. Children have difficulties with social interaction, problems with verbal and nonverbal communication, repetitive behaviors or narrow, obsessive interests.. These behaviors can range in impact from mild to disabling.. Autism Spectrum Disorders vary widely in severity and symptoms and may go unrecognized, especially in mildly-affected children or when it is masked by more debilitating conditions.. *AUTISM OCCURRENCE:.. One in every 88 children has autism (Source: American Academy Pediatrics Report).. It is estimated that approximately one million individuals in the U.. S.. have autism.. (Note: This number does NOT include: PDD, Asperger’s and other spectrum disorders.. ) These statistics are endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Academy of Pediatrics, and other federal agencies.. Please note: Since FACES is a support group for families in the autism community and not a professional agency, the information presented through FACES, either at meetings or through emails or in print, should not be construed as professional advice of any kind.. Always consult people trained in their respective fields when seeking this sort of advice.. Powered by.. Townsquareinteractive.. com.. |.. Partner with Us.. Get your own site.. 2012.. FACES 4 Autism, a part of the FACES Autism Support Network.. , all rights reserved.. PO Box 2341, Ventnor, NJ 08406.. (609) 412-3750..

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  • Title: What is Autism? | FACES 4 Autism
    Descriptive info: What is Autism?.. Clinical Definition.. Autism is a developmental brain disorder which causes impairments in a person’s ability to communicate, socially interact, and results in repetitive and unusual behaviors.. A Personal Definition View From the Inside.. Always Presume Intellect.. Taken with permission from Autism and the God Connection, a book by William Stillman, Sourcebooks, Inc.. 2006.. To those unfamiliar with autism, it is, from a clinical perspective, a neurological difference in how the brain is wired.. There is no single known cause, though theories abound and current research is focused upon genetic and environmental factors.. (As recently as 1997, a nursing textbook was proffering the ancient sterotype that indifferent, refrigerator mothers were accountable for their children s autistic disassociation!) Autism primarily affects one s ability to communicate in ways that are effective, reliable, and universally understandable.. This means many folks do not speak, or they have limited vocal ability.. These obstacles impede one s expressions of wants, needs, thoughts and desires.. This cannot help but impact the quality of one s social interactions.. The challenge to sustain social relationships is another hallmark of autistic diagnosis.. Autism is also diagnosed by marked differences in fine and gross motor skills.. These may include repetitive activities such as physically rocking back and forth, twirling a piece of string, flicking a light switch on and off repeatedly, or simply lacking in grace and agility of movement.. (Some with autism have complained that certain physical traits are not of their volition, akin to a prolonged, involuntary shiver, sneeze, or twitch.. ).. Autism is a lifelong experience, and is neither contagious nor curable.. It is, quite simply, a natural part of someone s being, every bit as much as eye or hair color, flesh pigmentation, and ancestral heritage as unique and individual as each individual is unique.. It manifests itself on a broad, multicolored spectrum that stretches from those who appear to be significantly challenged to those with very mild experiences.. The clinical definition of autism is not family or individual friendly.. It is, unfortunately, oftentimes an indicator of one s perceived deficits rather than one s strengths, gifts, and abilities.. Many parents tell me their child s diagnosis is a death sentence.. Some are deeply embittered or resentful of their child s autism and the confusing, sometimes violent behaviors that may ensue The focus so frequently becomes how to best manage and control those with autism for the sake of conformity and normalcy that we become oblivious to the obvious.. And the obvious is the extraordinary and monumental offerings provided by those who are inherently gentle and exquisitely sensitive..  ...   in 1,200 / Funding: $277 million.. Muscular Dystrophy: Affects 1 in 100,000 / Funding: $162 million.. Pediatric AIDS: Affects 1 in 300 / Funding: $394 million.. Juvenile Diabetes: Affects 1 in 500 / Funding: $156 million.. Autism: Affects 1 in 110 / Funding: $79 million.. National Institutes of Health Funds Allocation.. Total 2010 NIH budget: $35.. 6 billion.. Of this, only $218 million goes directly to autism research.. This represents 0.. 6% of total NIH funding.. * According to Autism Speaks.. What the Diagnosis Means Link.. http://autismnj.. org/WhattheDiagnosisMeans.. aspx#Intro.. Asperger Syndrome.. The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), part of the National Institute of Health, defines Asperger Syndrome as:.. A developmental disorder that is characterized by:.. repetitive routines or rituals,.. peculiarities in speech and language, such as speaking in an overly formal manner or in a monotone, or taking figures of speech literally,.. socially and emotionally inappropriate behavior and the inability to interact successfully with peers,.. problems with non-verbal communication, including the restricted use of gestures, limited or inappropriate facial expressions or a peculiar, stiff gaze,.. clumsiness and uncoordinated motor movements.. Information on Asperger Syndrome.. http://www.. autismspeaks.. org/family-services/tool-kits/asperger-syndrome-and-high-functioning-autism-tool-kit.. Here are some links to the Autism Speaks Free Downloads which can give you and your family insights into everything from early intervention, to high-functioning autism, to transition planning to even how to have a successful dental visit.. If you have any links or document that you would like to share, please email them to us @.. facesautism@yahoo.. , and we will add them!.. Autism NJ Links.. Early Intervention 0-3 years.. org/EarlyIntervention0-3years.. aspx.. School Age.. org/SchoolAge3-21years.. Transition into Adulthood.. org/Transition14-21years.. Adults.. org/Adults21years.. Autism Speaks Links.. 100 Days Kit Information for Newly-Diagnosed Families on Autism.. org/family-services/tool-kits/100-day-kit.. 100 Days Kit.. en Espanol.. org/family-services/tool-kits/manual-de-los-100-d%C3%ADas.. Transition Planning for Teens to Adulthood.. org/family-services/tool-kits/transition-tool-kit.. Teens.. Dental Tool Kit.. org/family-services/tool-kits/dental-tool-kit.. Haircut Kit.. org/family-services/tool-kits/tips-successful-haircuts.. Sensory, Music and Art Therapies.. Art Therapies.. For Grandparents.. org/family-services/community-connections/celebrating-grandparents.. Sibling Support.. Siblings.. Mortgages for people with developmental disabilities.. This came from one of our web site friends.. Hope you find it helpful.. I appreciate that you came up with resources at.. faces4autism.. org/important-links/.. I’m working on a paper about disabilities and I used that page as a.. reference.. One topic that I’ve been focusing on is housing for people with.. disabilities.. There is this one site that I also used on my paper which is.. mortgageloan.. com/disabilities/.. Maybe you could also incorporate this into your site since this topic is.. very useful for the differently-abled people and their families who would.. like to achieve the goal of home ownership.. What can you say?.. Warm regards,.. Alex Brooke..

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  • Title: About FACES 4 Autism | FACES 4 Autism
    Descriptive info: How We Started FACES.. Genetic Alliance Innovator's Award Dinner in Washington, DC, this past September.. The Mosca Family accepted the Innovator's Award at the National Geographic Society for the book Adventure to Autism Planet, which was written by Isabelle and Kyle Mosca.. Meeting Locations Fro Me A Party.. 750 West Delilah Road.. Pleasantville, NJ 08232.. GET DIRECTIONS.. Call Us.. Primary Phone Number.. : 609-412-3750.. SEE ALL LOCATIONS.. Ocean Academy.. 148 Crest Haven Ave.. Cape May Court House, NJ 08210.. Hours.. Mon:.. 10:00AM.. Tue:.. Wed:.. Thu:.. Fri:.. Sat:.. Sun:.. Hammonton Elementary School.. 601 N 4th St.. Hammonton,, NJ 08037-9722.. Little Egg Community Center.. 319 W.. Calabreeze Way.. Little Egg Harbor, NJ 08087.. AC Family Service Organization.. 1601 Tilton Road, Suite 1.. Northfield, NJ 08225.. About FACES 4 Autism.. There are no cookie-cutter solutions to autism.. Each child has a unique recipe for success.. Click here for a list of our Parent.. Support Groups.. Click here for a list of.. Important Links.. Click here for our FACES 4 Autism.. Check out our.. Calendar of Events.. FACES.. 4 Autism.. (Families for Autistic Children Education Support) is a non-profit organization dedicated to education and support of children with Autism and their families.. The Mosca family decided to create a support group called Families for Autistic Children in 2002, after their son Kyle was diagnosed.. The need for services in South Jersey was great, so they gathered others to create awareness and support.. As a result, the group was founded as a non-profit, with the help of other dedicated families including the Philippis, the Cowans, the Seegers, the Elmers, the Kellys, and the Mullins.. Families facing a diagnosis Autism Spectrum Disorders require the support of others who have been there, as well as the meaningful direction from professionals.. Internet information can  ...   Headington,.. Board Secretary.. Colleen Lockwood,.. Hammonton Chapter President.. Lisa Bryant and Elizabeth Sinnerard,.. Cape May County Chapter Co-Presidents.. Kelly Maher.. , Ocean County Chapter Advisor.. Isabelle Mosca,.. Executive Director.. Our Advisory Board.. Ann Magann.. is a speech therapist in the Hammonton Schools and a FACES Advisor.. Carolyn Maloney.. is a teacher in the Hammonton Elementary School, and FACES Advisor.. Chris Devaney, DDD,.. Behavior Consultant.. Mr.. Devaney has officiated at Autism Education Series workshops, worked with schools, parents and children to diminish negative behaviors with the use of Floortime and PBS.. Nina Stolzenberg, PhD,.. Jewish Family Services.. Dr.. Nina serves on the Education Committee, offering valuable assistance into various FACES activities.. Yvette Janvier, MD,.. Medical Director, Children s Specialized Hospital.. Janvier has opened her heart and her doors to many FACES families, and continues to reach out to us by offering educational workshops, donations and support.. Mary Kientz, MS,.. OTR.. is an instructor at Richard Stockton College of NJ.. Mary is a leader in Sensory Integration Therapy.. Kelly Hargadon,.. PhD.. is a psychologist who also facilitates support group meetings for FACES.. Carol Lee Madden, is an Autism Consultant and facilitator for FACES support groups.. Susan Elmer SLP, CCC is a speech language pathologist and an expert in DIR Floortime and Sensory Integration Therapy.. Eric Joice is the President of the Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey.. EFNJ offers many programs for children with autism including the Family Support Center of NJ.. Please note: The information provided by FACES is for informational purposes and is not an endorsement or recommendation for treatment.. We embrace all possibilities for a cure to autism spectrum disorders explored by families, but we are not intended to be a replacement for services or legal advice.. FACES logo designed by Jackie Seeger, and copyrighted by FACES..

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  • Title: How You Can Help | FACES 4 Autism
    Descriptive info: How You Can Help.. FACES 4 Autism.. needs your help.. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to education and support of children with Autism and their families.. Volunteering.. Many students work with our children at monthly meetings, and anyone who wishes to help with young adults as well, should contact us by email at.. Donations.. We welcome donations at any time! You may send them to: FACES 4 Autism , PO Box 2341, Ventnor, NJ 08406.. is an event created by FACES 4 Autism, a non-profit organization which has supported and educated families facing autism since 2002.. FACES is a United Way agency of Atlantic County.. FACES Co-Founders Ken Mosca and his wife Executive Director Isabelle Mosca started the event in 2004, at their children s school in Ventnor, New Jersey.. We came up the idea because bubbles can be social, and everyone loves bubbles.. They use them in therapy, and I thought it would be fun for the  ...   see all those bubbles in the sky on the big day, Mrs.. Mosca offers with a smile.. Mosca s son Kyle, now age 13, has autism.. His twin sister Isabelle, also 13, wrote a book for children about her brother called, Adventure to Autism Planet.. It will be read in many elementary classes on April 26th.. The book is available through our website on the Adventure to Autism Planet merchandise page, and a portion of the proceeds benefit FACES 4 Autism.. The local schools and Women s Clubs have been generous in their donations to FACES this year, and we really appreciate the help you have given us.. We are able to continue offering programs and services for families dealing with autism thanks to you.. We are a group of parents and professionals who love these children and their siblings.. We wish to make their lives better and your assistance is vital to meeting our goals of support and education..

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  • Title: Contact Us | FACES 4 Autism
    Descriptive info: Check out the map locations for our meetings and events on the map above.. FInd us on Facebook, Twitter, and email at facesautism@yahoo.. Memberships to FACES 4 Autism are free, and all we need is your information so that we can send you news and updates.. You can also send us your snail mail address for newsletters and special mailings.. Donations are welcome, but not necessary for membership.. Make checks out to Faces 4 Autism, or go to the DONATE button on this site to send donations via Paypal.. Proceeds  ...   others.. Thank you for visiting our website.. Please fill out the following form to send us a message.. Please click on the SUBMIT button when you are ready to send your message.. You may use this form to request more information about our services, and to provide feedback about this website.. We look forward to hearing from you!.. Email Us.. *.. First Name.. Last Name.. Email.. How did you hear about us?.. Radio.. Web Search.. Television.. Newspaper.. From a Friend.. Print Ad.. Other.. Message.. Word Count:.. 100.. Required Fields.. Submit..

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  • Title: Information About Services | FACES 4 Autism
    Descriptive info: Information About Services.. Professionals and Experts in Autism.. Crisis Intervention for Behavioral Issues.. The department is called Children s Mobile Response and Stabilization Services for Atlantic and Cape May Counties the triage number is 877-652-7624.. You have to call that number 1st and give them all your info and your situation and they will determine your case from there.. Directory of Area Services.. org/resource-guide-by-state.. We are updating our guide and please feel free to send us referrals on professionals with whom you have had success.. Use the Autism NJ referral form link.. org/doc/parentreferralform2.. pdf.. 14 Signs of Autism.. Very early indicators that require evaluation by an expert MAY include:.. 1.. no babbling or pointing by age 1.. 2.. no single words by 16 months or two-word phrases by age 2.. 3.. no response to name.. 4.. loss of language or social skills ….. 5.. poor eye contact.. 6.. excessive lining up of toys or objects.. 7.. no smiling or social responsiveness.. 8.. impaired ability to make friends with peers.. 9.. impaired ability to initiate or sustain a conversation with others.. 10.. absence or impairment of  ...   facesautism@yahoo.. Mailing Address: FACES Autism Support Network,.. If these signs are red flags, contact your.. pediatrician or one of the following locations and ask for an autism screening:.. Children’s.. Specialized Hospital.. 4 Stevens Rd.. , Toms River, NJ.. Pat Hampton, Ambulatory Care Unit.. Phone: 1-888-CHILDREN.. Children’s Hospital.. of Philadelphia’s Specialty Care Center.. 4009 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing, NJ 08330-3133.. Phone: Call Atlantic County @ 609-677-7895.. CNNH or The Center.. for Neurological.. and Neurodevelopmental Health.. 250 Haddonfield-Berlin Rd, Suite 105.. Gibbsboro, NJ 08026.. Mark Mintz.. Phone: (856) 346 -0005 • E-mail: info@thecnnh.. org.. Jewish Family Services.. 607 N.. Jerome Avenue, Margate, NJ 08402.. Nina Stolzenberg.. Phone: 609-822-1108.. Growing Tree Psychological Services.. Linwood Commons, 2106 New Rd.. East, Suite E-1,.. Linwood, NJ 08221.. Kelly Hargadon 609-601-2479.. Families Come First.. Support Group meetings are places for parents to learn and children to play with others.. Making Friends.. Everyone wants to have a friend to share their common interests.. Lifespan Support.. Whether a person is newly-diagnosed or an adult with ASD, you still need support and hope each day.. INFO on Mortgages for people with disabilities.. go to Links..

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  • Title: About the Book “Adventure to Autism Planet” | FACES 4 Autism
    Descriptive info: About the Book Adventure to Autism Planet.. Isabelle and Kyle read their book to the kids in NYAS Assembly at New York Avenue SchoolAssembly at New York Avenue School.. Adventure to Autism Planet.. by Isabelle and Kyle Mosca.. Contact: Isabelle A.. Mosca.. Website:.. A portion of the proceeds from this book go to FACES 4 Autism, a Southern Jersey based non-profit organization which helps others see the awesomeness in autism awareness.. Kyle and Isabelle are thirteen year-old twins, and their world has two points of view.. One of them is normal , but which one? The author takes us on a journey into the world of “Autism Planet and beyond”.. Count on the trip having inspirational and magical baggage!.. Drawings by Kyle and photographs of the twins weave the story of their adventure on Autism Planet.. Kyle has autism, and his drawings are often depictions of his favorite  ...   and businesses all over the world celebrate diversity by blowing bubbles simultaneously en masse.. The twins recently received the Innovator’s Award from the Genetic Alliance in Washington, DC, at a reception in their honor.. Autism is a neurological disorder which affects one in 100 children in the USA.. In New Jersey, it is one in 94.. People need to learn more about autism and to celebrate the gifts which it offers.. Isabelle s idol is Temple Grandin, PhD, whose biography was the subject of an Emmy® award-winning HBO movie bearing her name.. She is a cheerleader and plays softball for her local team.. Isabelle is a also huge Justin Bieber fan.. Kyle attends weekly art classes with his friends and enjoys swimming, playing basketball, baseball, collecting VHS tapes and DVD’s.. Visit them on Facebook at Adventure to Autism Planet!.. The Innovator s Award from Genetic Alliance for Autism Planet..

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  • Title: Gallery | FACES 4 Autism
    Descriptive info: caption.. Photos of the Month.. Many people with Autism Spectrum Disorders have trouble with verbal instruction.. This flyer helps to describe what autism is in a visual manner.. Music Event in AC for Music and Autism in May.. Elephants for Autism is a music fundraiser in AC this May dedicated to raising money  ...   Conference Keynote Speaker Tom Altaffer, MSW, LCSW.. It Takes A Village to Raise a Child with Autism! Tom Altaffer is our featured speaker at the FACES Autism Conference Recipes for Success in Autism, which will be held at Stockton in the new Campus Center's events room.. Email us at facesautism@yahoo.. com, for a brochure..

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  • Title: Bubbles 4 Autism | FACES 4 Autism
    Descriptive info: Bubbles 4 Autism.. Bubbles 4 Autism.. It’s our 9.. th.. year!.. UPDATE: July 12, 2012 Guinness World Record Bound!.. Guinness is deliberating on whether we can use the faxed copies of our witness form or if we have to use theirs.. If we cannot use our faxed pages, we must ask EVERYONE to redo the forms on the Guinness Witness FORMS and MAIL IT TO US ASAP!!! it may take quite a while, but we really will need your help.. I will post new information as we get it.. Thanks for your patience.. Thanks for Blowing Bubbles 4 Autism with us!.. WE have been counting all of the entries, tallying the results, and so far we have over 57,202 people recorded.. This means that there is definitely a new record in the wind! We need to finalize the paperwork, and send it off to Guinness in order to verify our results.. Please cross your fingers, and if you have not sent in the forms, please do so ASAP!.. Thanks to all of you around the world!.. Can your school join us to Blow Bubbles 4 Autism on April 26th for the Guinness World Record?.. Here are this year s updated.. forms for Bubbles Day.. Let s hope that the third time s the charm! People are already making signs and ribbons and ordering bubbles.. We will do a warm up on April 17th, at Georgian Court University in Lakewood, NJ,.. and even Atlantic City Mayor Langford has vowed to include his city workers in the effort!.. Schools are checking in all over the world, so please spread the word.. We even changed the time so that the West Coast can join us! Schools in Utah, Arizona and California are on board.. Hope that you can join us on Thursday, April 26th at 1:15pm EST.. Help us spread the love! Here are the EASY-.. to-fill-out three forms you will need to share with your schools and businesses regarding Bubbles 4 Autism Day.. It is April 26th, and we have changed a few things, so read carefully.. After many  ...   registered non-profit organization.. JOIN US! Bubbles are symbols of joy, hope and laughter.. They bring people together.. When we Blow Bubbles for Autism together, we create a new awareness of families.. facing autism.. Good News: NO SIGNATURES NEEDED THIS YEAR, EXCEPT THE WITNESSES!.. BLOW BUBBLES:.. All you need is a witness form, for those who must.. oversee the record challenge, at least 25 people to blow bubbles, and send us.. the form after you are finished.. CONTACT US, AND WE WILL GET THE FORMS TO YOU!.. DONATE:.. This year, we are challenging our participating schools to help us raise.. funds for FACES autism programs.. Many schools have been with us since we started.. the program in Ventnor Elementary School nine years ago! We have expanded our.. focus to include fundraising since many of the students have been creating.. their own fundraisers for us.. Last year, students in South Jersey schools.. raised over $3,000 with dress-down days, selling awareness “puzzle” pins,.. carnivals, walk-a-thons, and even pretzel sales.. Contact us for ideas at.. Last year’s monies helped children and families with autism to attend special trainings for autism, to educate teachers and families on autism, and to offer children the chance to play at special events just for them.. Call the media to cover your event! Make signs, read books about autism.. Send us your photos to post on our Facebook page and we will share ours with you!.. SPREAD AWARENESS:.. We are asking businesses and students in schools to help out the FACES Autism Support Network by spreading autism awareness in the form of glycerin bubbles across the sky as messages of hope to families dealing with autism.. Tell us what you do.. Designate.. a chairperson for the event, and we will be happy to help out with speaker ideas, autism information sheets, flyers, hand-outs, and even ideas! We hope to garner your support this year.. Thank you for time, and we hope to hear from you.. soon!.. Proud Sponsors of Bubbles for Autism: United Way of.. Atlantic County, Atlantic City Electric,.. Ocean City Home Bank, and Townsquare Media..

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  • Title: Videos We Love | FACES 4 Autism
    Descriptive info: Surfing Day for Autism.. We Are FACES.. Our Tenth Anniversary Video.. Tommy Hilfiger s Autism Speaks Commerical.. An interview with a boy who has autism.. Trailer from the movie, Miracle Run a true story about twins boys with autism starring Zac Efron..

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  • Title: Activities for Families | FACES 4 Autism
    Descriptive info: Activities for Families.. South Jersey Field of Dreams.. The South Jersey Field of Dreams is a baseball league and field for children with physical and cognitive disabilities.. sjfieldofdreams.. info@sjfieldofdreams.. Website.. s.. jfieldofdreams.. Uppoer Township Challenger Sports.. The Challenger Sports Program is a co-ed recreation program that enables children with physical and/or developmental disabilities to enjoy the benefits of sports participation in an adapted environment structured to fit their abilities.. utchallengersoccer@gmail.. http://Www.. utchallengersports.. Music Therapy Program.. A new studio in Galloway Township offers your child a broad musical education.. Private lessons are individualized and primarily piano based, but we’ll also explore rhythm and diverse percussion instruments, movement to music, and singing/vocalization.. Your child will be introduced to classical composers and the instruments of the orchestra, as well as world and popular musical genres.. Flexible and playful, customized plans accommodate your child’s  ...   of teaching experience domestically and internationally in classrooms,.. museums and private practice.. Attended Berklee College of Music; teacher.. certification, University of Massachusetts; grad courses Boston Conservatory,.. children with special needs; grad certificate University of Massachusetts,.. Behavioral Interventions in Autism.. Established independent music label in 2001.. A few scholarships have been offered thanks to.. a grant from Ocean City Home Bank’s.. Charitable Fund.. Art Therapy.. FACES Art Class Artist Corey San Chirico s works will.. now be available on official FACES Gift Cards.. His works are now on display in the Ventnor Library Gallery.. Corey, 26, has autism, and will be selling art cards through FACES in 2012.. He prefers natural shore landscapes in.. acrylic and oil.. Contact us at.. faceautism@yahoo.. if you would like to attend the art classes in EHT and.. Ventnor.. Space is limited.. Grant provided by: Rotary International..

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