“We started as mom-and-mom operation in Woodstock, with two students in the Dutch Reformed Church,” says Jamey Wolff co-founder, with Susan Buckler, of the former Children’s Annex, now the Center for Spectrum Services. The not-for-profit group addresses the needs of people along the wide range of autism. “We worked for free for a couple of years,” Wolff recalls. “We now have two schools, in Kingston and Ellenville, and a community-based program serving 270 people of all ages, and we employ 175 staff.”
In recognition of their 35 years of service, the Ulster County . . .
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