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ADAPT Preschool Helps Little Girl Walk

“We hit a point where all of a sudden it clicked, and Kaylee was walking beautifully, so I had mom come in and the site of Kaylee brought tears to her eyes.” – Bonnie Marietta-Gliptis, ADAPT Community Network

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Binghamton Man Is Recognized For Hard Work And Dedication

Michael Kildare, an employee at Bates Troy in Binghamton has received the Joslin Award for Outstanding Performance, given to people with disabilities in recognition of their work performance at private employers..

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Lawsuit Alleges Racial Bias In Justice Center

Three former employees of privately run disability centers and hospitals are alleging racial bias by their employers and by the Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs.

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Backwards Bill Presses On – For Doris

Though he has participated in more than 40 marathons, this year, Mr. Reilly was intensely motivated, his guides said. He cut about half an hour from last year’s time, finishing in 7 hours and 21 seconds.  The shirt he wore during the marathon displayed the name of his wife, Doris, who has Stage IV breast cancer and uterine cancer.

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Brindisi Apparent Winner Over Tenney

Democratic Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi leads Republican U.S. Rep. Claudia Tenney by 4,002 votes, which is more than the number of votes left to count in the district.

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NYC Budget Office Report Says One In 10 Students Homeless

New York City is refusing to say what it does to ensure that homeless kids get placed in shelters near their schools, a lawsuit charges.

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Health Care Providers Seek Medicaid Rate Increase

Primary care, home care and behavioral health providers are calling on the Cuomo administration to take action to help them combat high employee turnover. It is a situation that some say has reached crisis levels.

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Autism Superman’ Finishes 10th NYC Marathon

As he has done every year since 2008, Brunot ran with the assistance of two guides from Achilles International, who supported him the whole way. His finishing time (4:41:51) is secondary to the remarkable journey he has made

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