The Autism Council of Saratoga County serves as a collaborative resource center designed to promote the development of services and resources for individuals with Pervasive Developmental Disorders or Autism throughout their lifetime. The Autism Council of Saratoga County will strive to provide knowledge and understanding of individuals with Autism and related disabilities and serve as a critical resource to help families and care-givers find trained professionals‚ service providers and resources in their community. The Saratoga Council will also advocate with state and federal governments on behalf of individuals with Autism and to promote public awareness. Our commitment to resources‚ support‚ awareness and advocacy.
OUR PROMISE TO SARATOGA COUNTY
Our commitment to resources‚ support‚ awareness and advocacy.
Autism is a complex developmental disability that typically appears during the first three years of life and affects a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others. It is defined by a certain set of behaviors and falls under the diagnostic category of a Pervasive Developmental Disorder. It is a “spectrum disorder” that affects individuals differently and to varying degrees.
In Saratoga County‚ we organized the Council on Autism. Our goal is to provide information and education on resources‚ services and support to those affected by Autism. Everyone deserves a promise of support.
EARLY HELP MAKES A DIFFERENCE
Young children learn and develop differently. One baby may walk earlier than another‚ while another baby might talk first. Often‚ these differences will even out. But‚ some children will need extra help. Look for signs that your infant or toddler might need extra help. Early help makes a difference! If your child does have a problem‚ the earlier you get help‚ the better.
Support for our residents of Saratoga County through the Council on Autism is available by contacting our council representatives.
If you are a resident of Saratoga County‚ you can get more Information about our Early intervention Program services by contacting:
Public Health Nursing Services
31 Woodlawn Ave
Saratoga Springs‚ NY 12866
Saratoga County Youth Bureau
152 West High Street
Ballston Spa‚ NY 12020
Send An Email – Anita Daly, Clifton Park
For Saratoga County Council on Autism Brochure click on Download button below.
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