Understanding Autism session to be held online and at Cuba

A hybrid workshop, Understanding Autism: A Place to Start, will be held next week both online and at the Cuba Circulating Library. The 6PM to 8PM Wednesday, January 24, session, sponsored by the Parent Network of Western New York, will be in-person at the library facility at 39 East Main Street, or through online registration … Read more

Dozens of free online Christmas videos available for children and adults of all ages

Allegany Hope is making dozens of online Christmas videos for all ages available without cost to area residents. Our organization’s community subscription allows access to more than 20,000 online videos and movies overall as part of the RightNow Media @Work library. In addition to Christmas and other holidays offerings, a broad selection of materials are … Read more

Art Show highlighting abilities opens Wednesday in Wellsville

An annual art show, officially opening tomorrow in Wellsville, will highlight the talents of those with developmental disabilities as part of an observance of March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. The Arc Art 2023 exhibit, provided by The Arc of Steuben-Allegany, will be previewed during a 10AM to 11:30AM March 8 informal coffee reception at … Read more

Free female caregivers retreat scheduled in Scio

A Scio church and a support group for families with children with special needs will be hosting a free in-person and online retreat in two weeks for female caregivers experiencing all types of personal care situations. The Friday night-Saturday respite event, offered by Doors of Hope ministry, will be held from 6:30PM to 9PM September … Read more

Allegany Hope radio interview notes importance of government transparency

Allegany Hope‘s focus on Building Healthy Communities Through Healthy FamiliesTM has been highlighted by the Family Life Network (FLN) of radio stations across Central and Western New York and Pennsylvania. A news interview of Allegany Hope Executive Director and Community News Editor Casey Jones highlights how our emphasis on local government transparency is essential for … Read more

Training offered for parents seeking assistance with students with special needs

Parents and caregivers can learn how to become more involved with a child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) needs for the new school year. The Parent Network of WNY is conducting a free two-part training on understanding the special education process with online videos and activities which are completed prior to a 9AM to 11AM Saturday, … Read more