Smiles for Charity! Big thanks to Braydich Dental Inc... from now until the end of June they're offering professional teeth whitening for just $100... it's usually $400. And here's the best part, every penny of that $100 will come right to The Rich Center for Autism! You don't even need to be their patient. So, why not brighten your smile to help the kids here keep smiling? :)
YSU Students help The Rich Center put on a fresh coat of paint as part of the UNITED WAY Day of Caring.
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There is something very special about the culture for The Rich Center for Autism. Each day is full of joy and possibility for students. The halls hum with energy and shared enthusiasm. Our highly skilled and specially trained teachers are dedicated to helping children with autism strive for physical and social growth and become contributing members of a diverse society. As a family-centered school, the Rich Center for autism is a community where the dignity of each child, teacher and parent is respected. We offer a place of hope.
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Welcome to The Rich Center for Autism! Established in 1995, The Rich Center
is dedicated to excellence in education
and to improving the lives of individuals
with autism and their families.
Grace Naji, Lydia Taylor and Lisa Long coordinate the donation of a check from First National Bank. Lydia Taylor is the Vice President and Branch Manager of First National Bank in Canfield. Because of local community supporters, The Rich Center is able to fund programs and offer education and therapies to children with autism in the Mahoning Valley at no cost to their families. Many, many thanks!
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The Rich Center is deeply moved and humbled that so many of you chose to give in remembrance and in honor of those who have touched your lives this year.
In remembrance of Mildred S. Gaul:
Ms. Cherlyn Edwards, Marketforce, Ms. Rose N. Cali, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Pendley, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Puczylowski - Regency Homes, Inc., Mrs. Dorothy Burns, Mabolla Harvard-Balogun, Dr. Marie Moyano and Attorney Ana M. Gomez, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hircsh and Ms. Barbara Clark
In remembrance of James Franceschelli:
Mr. Gary Kay, Mr. Anthony’s Inc.,Mr. and Mrs.Robert M. Davis, Mr. Terrie L. Clinger, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Centofanti, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walley, Ms. Rose Saadi, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Spera, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Franceschelli, Ms. MaryAnn DeBlasio, Ms. Brenda Leshnack & Family, Mr. and Mrs. John Kopp, Mr. and Mrs.Mario Petrino, Mr. and Mrs. Al Franceschelli, Ms.Carol Garone, The D’Agostino Family, Mr. and Mrs. Elserd J. Franceschelli, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gabanyic, Mr. W.B. Becherer, Ms. Debra J. Kish, and Ms. Martha Centofanti
In remembrance of Robert G. Freiberg, Sr:
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Freiberg, Kerry, Mr. and Mrs. Rich Neeley and Family
In remembrance of Georgia Calcagni:
Mr. Carl Leet, Ms. Darlene Calcagni Morris
In honor of Merv Hollander’s 70th Birthday:
Mr. and Mrs. Don Weinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gould
In honor of Dr. Thomas Mark’s birthday:
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Ricchiuti, Mrs. Phil Conti
Mr. and Mrs. Ron D'Alesandro, in remembrance of Phyllis Frasco and John Uber
Ms. Rose Marie Hierro, in honor of Mary and Frank DePinto's 75th Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rubino, in remembrance of Phyllis Frasco
Ms. Nicolette Bleacher, in remembrance of Dr. John H. O. Bleacher
Mr. Robert A. Calcagni, in remembrance of John A. Conti
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Pew, in remembrance of Olga Morrison
Ms. Renee Masternick, in remembrance of Dr. Michael Hellar
An externally funded unit of Youngstown State University, The Rich Center for Autism functions as a not-for-profit under the auspices of the Youngstown State University Foundation. All services are provided at no cost to families. Support the Rich Center today!
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Make your check payable to "The Rich Center for Autism" and mail to:
The Rich Center for Autism
Attn: Lisa Long, Associate Director of Development
One University Plaza
Youngstown, OH 44555
Studies indicate African-American and Hispanic children receive a misdiagnosis more often than the general majority, which can cause critical delays in treatment and care.
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