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Warrensville Heights, OH 44128

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Berebitsky, Nyer to be honored at Milestones annual benefit

Posted October 18, 2017 in Articles

Milestones Autism Resources’ “The Spectrum of Possibility” theme continues through its 2017 annual benefit where two individuals will be honored and attendees will hear about a local resident’s journey with autism. “This benefit is an annual opportunity to support Milestones and people with autism,” said Ilana Hoffer Skoff, executive director and co-founder of Milestones in Warrenville Heights. “Our focus has always been on education and how education can help improve the outcome for individuals with autism and the community as a whole.” The night begins at 7 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Crowne Plaza Cleveland at Playhouse Square in Cleveland. The honorees... read more

Living with Autism: One woman opens up about her incredible journey and shares how her mind works

Posted June 15, 2017 in Articles

Watch the story here CLEVELAND, Oh -- Temple Grandin was diagnosed with autism as a child. She is the first person to speak publicly about how 'her' mind works and she shares her story with audiences... read more

Temple Grandin Says to Help a Child with Autism, Focus on Talents, Not Deficits

Posted June 14, 2017 in Articles

Doctor Temple Grandin is 'perhaps' one of the best known people in this country - who has autism. She's a professor of animal science at Colorado State University, but also a prominent author and speaker... read more

Ways to relieve anxiety from Seder for those with special needs

Posted April 06, 2017 in Articles

Traditionally, Passover Seders are long, solemn and feature many steps. Following these steps is routine, and typically, pose no problem for a family to follow. But for family members with special needs, Passover can be... read more

New proposed bill aims to help Ohioans with disabilities communicate with police

Posted April 03, 2017 in Articles

An Ohio man was charged with OVI after failing a sobriety test. The catch? He wasn't drunk, he's autistic - and he's not the only example of this confusion. Now, there's a proposal to create a... read more

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