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Start the School Year with the Right Supplies, Support

Published: Monday, September 25, 2017

Just as parents prepare their children for the start of a new school year with the right school supplies and materials, it’s also important to think about their emotional health

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You Can Make Reading Fun for Kids in Mt. Vernon

Published: Monday, September 25, 2017

How would you like to make reading fun for kids? WJCS is offering an after-school reading program for 2nd - 4th graders at Hamilton Elementary School in Mt. Vernon

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L'shana Tova

Published: Tuesday, September 19, 2017

WJCS Recognizes 256 Direct Support Professionals

Published: Wednesday, September 13, 2017

During Direct Support Professional Recognition Week, WJCS hails its 256 committed, hard-working staff members who work in our 13 group homes providing 24/7 care, support and mentoring 365 days a year to individuals with disabilities.

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Back to School Can Be A Tough Time; Parents Can Help

Published: Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Heading back to school can be tough on young people, but parents can help them cope. While parents can’t completely shield young people from all the stressful or traumatic situations they may be facing, parents can help

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WJCS Programs Keep Kids on Track During Summer Slowdown

Published: Monday, August 28, 2017

WJCS programs for toddlers to teens are stemming the tide of the "summer slide" and keeping children on track for school success. From the Summer in the Fun at Hartley Park to the Wiener Academy's Summer Camp, children are 

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A Meeting of a Lifetime: WJCS Links Holocaust Survivor With Liberator

Published: Monday, August 14, 2017

Seventy-two years after Nandor Katz was freed from Gunskirchen concentration camp, WJCS made it possible for him to meet his liberator Alan Moskin.

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Rye Policemen's Assoc. Presents Check With Funds Raised for Autism Awareness;

Published: Monday, August 14, 2017

When two officers from the Rye Police Department handed Lee Englander, autism center coordinator, an envelope last week, it wasn't what you might expect.

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