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President Trump Reportedly Used ‘R-Word’

A new book from journalist Bob Woodward says President Donald Trump called Attorney General Jeff Sessions “mentally retarded.”

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Governor Signs Two Autism Bills

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has signed into law two pieces of legislation designed to benefit people with autism.

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Special Olympics Special Smiles Founder To Keynote Statewide Clinical Conference In November

For the past 40 years Dr. Steven Pearlman has devoted much of his private practice as well as his teaching, to the treatment of children and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities. The Clinical Professor of Pediatric Dentistry at Boston University’s Goldman School of Dental Medicine will deliver the Keynote Address November 16th at the CP of NYS  Multi-Disciplinary Clinical Care For Patients With Intellectual And Developmental Disabilities Conference in Saratoga Springs.

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NYS Assemblymember Became Legal Guardian Of Man With Developmental Disabilities

“He’s become part of my family. Clay has been a huge part in my every day,” Espinal said. “He is someone that I have grown to love, and when he didn’t have a family, I gave him one.” – Assemblymember Ari Espinal

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New York City Preschools Lack Space For Hundreds Of Kids With Disabilities

Hundreds of New York City preschool kids with disabilities are shut out of the special education classes promised by state law,  because there aren’t enough seats to accommodate them.

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