AllOne Foundation granted funds for East Stroudsburg University to open a new Autism Education Center on campus. It will offer support and transitional services and serve anyone from Monroe, Pike and Wayne counties. Students, staff, their families and community members who need support can come to the center. Not only will the center offer resources for adults and children on the spectrum, but also their families, who are sometimes neglected.

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Photo: (Left to right) Maria Welsh, ESU President; Gina Scala, Chair of the ESU Special Education Department; Rachel Wolf Associate Professor ESU Communication Sciences and Disorders Department and Director of ESU Autism Education Center; Paul Canevari, Board Member of AllOne Foundation; Denise Seigart, Dean of ESU College of Health Sciences; John Cosgrove, Executive Director of AllOne Foundation

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