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Casie Lucas, a speech pathologist at the Achievement Center, 2420 W. 23rd St., is involved in launching Project ACCESS, a program dedicated, in part, to raising awareness in Erie County about that process, as well as about hearing loss in general.
Is your child struggling in school, having difficulty making friends, or relying on you or others to talk for them in social situations? The Independent Communicators program will help your child gain awareness into their hearing loss and its impact on them in the classroom, with their friends, and in the community.
Autism Awareness Day will take place at the Millcreek Mall center court, Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 11am to 2pm. Autism Awareness Day will focus on interacting with parents and children to teach awareness about children on the autism spectrum. Children can participate in crafts, face painting, and sensory bins. Autism Awareness Day is free and open to the public.
The Family-to-Family program is an educational course for family members, caregivers, and loved ones of individuals with mental illness.
The Achievement Center Inc. is pleased to announce an American Sign Language Class for parents and professionals. The Achievement Center will host ASL Session II at the 2420 West 23rd Street location. Join Casie Lucas, Speech Language Pathologist, every Wednesday starting March 19 until May 14th from 6pm to 8pm.
Variety, a children’s charity, is searching for 150 eligible children with disabilities to receive adaptive bikes before April 1, 2014.
On Thursday, January 16 Kimmy is leaving on a jet plane and traveling to Santa Rosa, California to the Canine Companion for Independence National Headquarters.
The Achievement Center’s Executive Director, Rebecca Brumagin, was thrilled to be reunited with a former client, Jeremy Smith, when he donated coloring books to the agency.
Volunteer: To offer or give of one’s own accord. The Achievement Center is pleased to have many regular volunteers that assist us throughout the year. Marilyn Murphy is one of them.
Christina Colon is the Achievement Center's first Behavior Specialist to obtain the new Pennsylvania State Licensure.