Greystone Programs

Hudson Valley News
2:15 pm
Thu April 2, 2015

Sites Go Blue For Autism Awareness

Credit Courtesy of Greystone Programs

April is Autism Awareness Month and Thursday is World Autism Awareness Day. A bridge in the Hudson Valley will be among many sites lit up in blue.

Landmarks across the world – from the Sydney Opera House in Australia to the Empire State Building to the Great Buddha Statue in Japan -- are lighting blue to shine a light on autism. Michelle Hathaway is with Poughkeepsie-based Greystone Programs.

“And right here in the Hudson Valley, at Greystone Programs’ request, the Mid-Hudson Bridge will be lit up blue tonight.”

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Hudson Valley News
12:39 pm
Thu March 7, 2013

Families, Agencies Fight Proposed Cut to Disabilities Programs and Services

James, Kathy, and John Cornett
Credit Greystone Programs

Some 175 people packed a large room last evening at New Horizons Resources in Dutchess County. They were there to hear about how a proposed funding cut to non-profit service providers for people with developmental disabilities, like New Horizons, would affect them and their families.

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