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EVENTS FOR THE DISABLED

Deaf Adult Services Inc., 491 Delaware Ave., is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals in need of assistance. Walk-in clients will be assisted or referred to appropriate agencies. For information, call 885-3323 (v) or 885-4955 (tty).

Heritage Centers education program, 1 Delaware Road, Kenmore, serves children with developmental disabilities from birth through age 21 and their families. Evaluations, education, therapeutic services and parent support are available. For information, call 876-3901.

Clarkson Center's adult day services, 310 Delaware Ave., offers meaningful activities in a safe environment for adults with severe memory loss from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The staff specializes in the care of people with Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, stroke and other related disorders. For information, call 853-4511.

The United Cerebral Palsy Association of Western New York offers early intervention programs for children diagnosed with disabilities. For more information on the infant/toddler or preschool programs, call the association's Children Center, 4635 Union Road, Cheektowaga at 633-4449. For information on The Children's Discovery Corner child-care and learning center, also located at 4635 Union Road, call 633-4443.

The Language Development Program, 300 Fries Road, Town of Tonawanda, provides school and home-based education and therapeutic services to children with developmental disabilities from birth through age 16. Evaluations, available through county and state funding, are offered in all languages. For evaluation, call 446-1052.

"Full Access" Tom Lorentz radio show on WGR-55, addresses concerns of the disabled, from 12:30 to 1 p.m. every Saturday.

The Niagara Frontier Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association, Box 50, Williamsville, offers help to parents and others. For information, call 691-3768.

Amputees Helping Amputees, which aids in the recovery after an amputation, holds evening meetings at the Sisters Hospital Medical Building, Harlem Road near Sheridan, Amherst, just off the Youngmann Highway exit. For meeting dates, call 862-1140.

Autistic Services Inc. serves autistic individuals and their families. Call 873-6997.

Agape Parents' Fellowship Inc., 3280 South Park Ave., Lackawanna, provides support for families of people with disabling conditions. For more information, call 827-5407.

The Early Childhood Direction Center is a non-profit organization funded by the state Education Department. The center provides information and referral to parents and professionals on the individual needs of developmentally disabled children from birth to five years. It serves Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Niagara and Orleans counties. In Erie County call 878-7282. In all other counties, call toll-free 1-800-462-7653.

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