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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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Mission Statement: To enable individuals with autism to achieve their highest potential and contribute as confident members of their community

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We are happy to report that no homes lost power in this storm, so even though we had set up back-up accommodations at a nearby hotel, we were not forced to use them. Most of our dedicated support professionals were required to stay over for much of the weekend and into Monday and even [Read more]

Holiday Semi-Formal Dinner Dance

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CSAAC families and friends celebrated the holiday season with a semi-formal dinner dance. After the buffet dinner, accompanied by an array of holiday tunes, guests danced to more contemporary music until old St. Nick appeared bearing gifts for all of the attendees. Special thanks to Residential Director Sam Asiamah and the Residential Coordinator team [Read more]

Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family and friends, reflect upon the year, count our blessings and think about how you can make 2016 an even better year for your loved ones and your community. At CSAAC, our residential staff plans meals for everyone who will not be spending the holidays at home. [Read more]

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