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Parents of Special Children to host ‘AIM High’ Program

OSWEGO, NY – Parents of Special Children Inc. will host the first “AIM High” evening for the community on October 24 at 7 p.m. at Bishop’s Commons at St. Luke in Oswego.

The evening will showcase inspiring families, exciting presentations, and helpful information about PSC and other services / programs within Oswego County.

The event is free and open to the public.

Light refreshments will be served and RSVP is preferred.

Call the PSC office at 598-7672 by October 19 to reserve a seat, or email [email protected]

Parents of Special Children is a 24-year-old not-for-profit community agency that provides supportive services to families raising children and adults with disabilities.

Services include respite care, caregiver reimbursement; assistance with special requests, advocacy.

The agency has organized and hosts a local group of parents of children with Autism called Connections.

The agency is supported by the New York State Office of People With Developmental Disabilities, located at 2 Tower Drive, Fulton, NY, serving all of Oswego County.