Community Partners celebrates opening autism center

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From left, Danna Solomon, Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA) and Spectrum Connection; James Gray, Republican member of the New Hampshire State Senate; Suzanne Iverson, M.ED, Spectrum Connection Program Director; Kerry Larkin, Community Partners Board Member; Gayle Perrault; Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA), Spectrum Connection; Julie Smith, Community Partners Family Support Advisory Council; Brian Collins, Executive Director, Community Partners

ROCHESTER - Community Partners recently announced the opening of a new autism center called the Spectrum Connection, located at 36 Industrial Drive in Rochester.

Community Partners is the area agency for developmental services, family support and the local community mental health center. A grand opening took place last month with state Senator James Gray, a Republican member of the New Hampshire State Senate and Brian Collins, Executive Director of Community Partners in attendance.

Spectrum Connection is a center- and home-based autism therapy program whose vision is to positively impact the lives of clients and their families affected by autism to support them in reaching their greatest potential.

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