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No One's Music Should Die Inside Them

Giving Season is upon us, and I can’t help but look back at last year’s season and feel gratitude for all the donations, likes, shares, subscribes, and introductions that allowed us to be able to expand our reach and have an impact on changing the course of Autism Education. Through the generosity of our donors, we have been able to move into our corporate office, join various groups that are working toward changing the entire system for disabled children and adults, and train our staff in trauma-informed care from some of the leaders in the industry. We are looking forward to an even more impactful 2023 by bridging the gap and implementing all that we envision an autism program should be, one that takes a gentle approach to teaching, empowers with a strength-based approach, provides intensive therapies, teaches marketable skills, and allows families to feel hopeful for their children’s future. We need your help to build that bridge.

Don’t just take my word for it though, we can accomplish so much, and I can prove it. I would like to invite you into our world by showing you exactly what Spectrum Tech Trade School, Village, and Training Center does to encourage strengths in a student that most programs would put in a “life-skills” classroom, my own son. For years the educational system has failed him by subjecting him to classes that denied him the ability to show what he can truly accomplish, because of his speech and sensory difficulties. See the world through my sons’ eyes and hear his true voice -his photography. I thank you in advance for joining us in the fight to give all people a voice by donating today to our

Go Fund Me Campaign

because- No One’s Music Should Die Inside Them…..

Thank You

Lisa Sosnowski

Founder, President, CEO, and Proud Mother of a Very Talented Autistic Son

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