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Groups celebrate success of ‘Community and Fun Night’

Posted 10/5/22

More than 200 people attended a free night of family fun and networking with agencies and organizations that provide support within the community. 

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Groups celebrate success of ‘Community and Fun Night’

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UTICA — Better Together, a local support group for parents and caregivers of children with disabilities, recently partnered with the Kelberman Center and the Oneida County Sheriff’s Department to present the second anual Community and Fun Night at Redeemer Church, 931 Herkimer Road.

More than 200 people attended the free night of family fun and networking with agencies and organizations that provide support within the community. 

“We cannot thank Better Together and Kathy Caruso enough for allowing The Kelberman Center to play a part in this amazing community event connecting local families with agency service providers,” said Tara Costello, Kelberman Center executive director.

“Our missions are closely aligned, and we hope that this partnership is the first of many for our organizations,” she added. 

The Kelberman Center is a leading provider of autism services for children, adults and families in the Mohawk Valley and Central New York, providing comprehensive programming and services for people throughout all phases of life, from early childhood through adulthood, including: Home and Community Based, Education, Clinical, Residential and Recreation and Camp.

“Our goal is to meet people and families where they are in life and to support them every step of the way on their journeys navigating autism. The expert staff at The Kelberman Center empower the people we support with specialized, one-of-a-kind programs, resources, support and wrap-around services, creating a fulling, life-enriching experience for people and families,” the agency announcement added.  

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