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FREE Event: A Mother’s Guide Through Autism

October 24, 2023, 7 pm9 pm.
A Mother’s Guide Through Autism – Eventbrite

Author presentation and panel discussion on Autism, Neurodiversity, Services and Support

Author presentation and Panel Q&A

Generously sponsored by the Angela and Scott Jaggar Foundation

Landmark on Main Street Conversations on Main Street with The Nicholas Center and Town of North Hempstead Councilwoman, Mariann Dalimonte present,

A Mother’s Guide Through Autism

Author presentation and Panel Q&A

Moderator: Stella L. Spanakos, Co-Founder, The Nicholas Center


1. Brigitte Shipman, Author
2. Dr. Amorita Snow, Pediatrician
3. Dale A. Coffin Ed.D, OTR/L, Clinical Associate Professor and Chairperson, Occupational Therapy Program, Stony Brook University
4. Jeremy Schachunes, Associate Executive Director of Programming, The Nicholas Center

This is a FREE event for the public! Register for FREE here.

Can’t make it? The event will be livestreamed! Just register online.

For additional questions, please contact Amanda Kowalczuk at

The Nicholas Center has revolutionized the way Autistic adults learn, live and work. The Port Washington-based non-profit acts as agents of change to inspire, encourage and motivate communities to include Autistic individuals in all facets of life and word. The organization supports individuals to learn critical life skills, improve social and communication abilities, gain meaningful vocational training, and engage in community projects.In 2020, the organization expanded services to Westchester County, NY. For more information:

Councilwoman Mariann Dalimonte serves the 6th District in the Town of North Hempstead. A 4th generation Port Washington resident, her love of the community has been reflected in her passionate engagement with local organizations, including The Nicholas Center. Mariann’s service evolved to also include key roles in important organizations that achieved significant successes for the community and its residents. More importantly, she built a reputation for bringing people together.




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