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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

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Individuals apart of CSAAC’s Supported Employment Program contributed back to their community, just as CSAAC’s mission statement suggests, by participating in Keep Montgomery County Beautiful Adopt A Road Program. In 2011, CSAAC adopted 1.14 miles of East Village Avenue, where we have our headquarters, and individuals in the program take turns to keep the [Read more]

Aktion Club 2014 Karaoke Fundraiser

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The Aktion Club of CSAAC, a club sponsored by Montgomery Village Kiwanis, held its annual karaoke fundraiser on Friday, July 18, 2014.  The event room at CSAAC was decorated with beach themed items and filled to capacity with people who wanted to take the microphone and sing as well as those who just listened [Read more]

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By Jan Miller-Vogel, Director of Support Services   The Support Services’ Staff Development program is one of the most important aspects of the CSAAC model.  When Governor O’Malley’s Commission on Autism Workforce Development Task Force studied this matter, CSAAC was invited to be a member of this subcommittee. The Workforce Development Task Force visited [Read more]

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