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January 31, 2013

Community Resources, a group home in Staten Island, has been reported to New York State for abuse as well as 'serious deficiencies".

Community Resources declined request for an interview, but in a statement says their group homes are among the highest rated in the state. The agency says the deficiencies discovered by inspectors were "promptly addressed and approved."

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May 10, 2007


Our Lady Queen of Peace in Staten Island, NY held its annual "Read-a-thon" to help kids in need. The entire student body, from kindergarten through eighth grade, read and collect change (Pennies from Heaven!) over a four week period. At the request of a seventh grader, this year's campaign will be for autistic children, as four children in the school have siblings with autism.

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Autism Speaks, In the News, Current News, Our Lady Queen of Peace Students Raise $12,000 with Read-a-Thon Program

In 2000, NAAR became the first non-governmental organization to break the $1 million mark for funding autism research and committed approximately $1.5 million to fund 19 pilot studies and two mentor-based fellowships in autism research taking place in the United States and Spain.