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    CSAAC would like to introduce you to our new feature – “CSAAC in 100 Words.”  Meet Blake and learn about his successes in CSAAC’s Early Intervention Program.

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    CSAAC’s In-Focus Photography Program received some amazing media attention and recognition.  Read about the program and its successes.

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    CSAAC expands its reach beyond Maryland and assists in the start-up of an Early Intervention clinic in Nigeria

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    Sometimes individuals with autism have a hard time expressing their wants and needs.  Learn how CSAAC strengthens communication skills

Action Alert
Please contact County Executive Isiah Leggett and the members of the Montgomery County Council pleading for additional county funding for our dedicated direct support staff who will become minimum wage workers in Montgomery County. Please click on this http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/council/district_map.html for email addresses to your representatives …

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10:16am on February 27, 2015

Please contact County Executive Isiah Leggett and the members of the Montgomery County Council pleading for additional county funding for our dedicated direct support staff who will become minimum wage workers in Montgomery County. In 2014, disability providers alerted the members of the County Council and the County Executive what would happen to direct [Read more]

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CSAAC is teaming up with Bankshot Sports to develop  a basketball team for adults supported by CSAAC. “Bankshot Basketball” is an inclusionary game that allows players with and without disabilities to play alongside one another, not against each other. The game is played on a unique basketball course with brightly colored backboards ranging in [Read more]

On February 10th, CSAAC founder Jane Salzano and executive director Ian Paregol participated in a program designed to offer parents, advocates and community members insight into the residential supports options available in Maryland, Virginia and DC.  See the link below to learn more:  http://www.autismspeaks.org/news/news-item/washington-dc-town-hall-stresses-importance-adult-services     [Read more]

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