Subaru of Utica Donates to the Kelberman Center

Subaru of Utica Donates to the Kelberman Center

Representatives from the Kelberman Center and Subaru of Utica recently gathered for a check presentation of over $15,000 to the Kelberman Center. The donation was the result of the annual Subaru Share the Love event. Over the last 14 years, through the Share the Love Event, Subaru of America and its participating retailers have donatedContinue reading →

April is Autism Awareness & Acceptance Month!

April is Autism Awareness & Acceptance Month!

April is Autism Awareness Month! With 1 in 44 kids diagnosed with autism each day, help The Kelberman Center to promote understanding and acceptance of autism within our communities! Our 2022 Walk for Autism, sponsored by Lead Sponsor The Fitness Mill and Platinum Sponsors CWSI; Scalzo, Zogby & Wittig Insurance; Charles A. Gaetano Construction Corporation;Continue reading →

Wendy Sullivan Joins The Kelberman Center as Chief Financial Officer

Wendy Sullivan Joins The Kelberman Center as Chief Financial Officer

(UTICA) — Wendy Sullivan has recently been hired as the Chief Financial Officer at The Kelberman Center. Ms. Sullivan has over 27 years in the accounting field in which 10 years include working in the nonprofit environment. She will soon receive her Ph.D. in Advanced Accounting from North Central University and has received her Master’sContinue reading →

Maria Cappoletti Joins The Kelberman Center as Chief Operations Officer

Maria Cappoletti Joins The Kelberman Center as Chief Operations Officer

Maria Cappoletti, of Manlius, New York, has recently started her new role as Chief Operations Officer at The Kelberman Center. Mrs. Cappoletti has over 25 years’ experience in the field of Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) and Autism. She brings an in-depth knowledge of key systems including New York State Education, Office for People withContinue reading →

The Fitness Mill & Kelberman Center Partner for 2022 LIVE Walk for Autism

The Fitness Mill & Kelberman Center Partner for 2022 LIVE Walk for Autism

Carbone Athletics at The Fitness Mill and The Kelberman Center have teamed up for the second year in a row for the LIVE 2022 Walk for Autism! The Fitness Mill, located on Oriskany Street in Utica, will be the Lead Sponsor and host location for the LIVE Walk for Autism, which will take place atContinue reading →

Thank You City Dwellers Motorcycle Club

Thank You City Dwellers Motorcycle Club

The City Dwellers Motorcycle Club recently donated over $8,000 to The Kelberman Center to support programs and services for children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The money was raised through a motorcycle ride and event earlier in the summer. The City Dwellers Motorcycle Club prides itself on commitment to their families, club and goodContinue reading →

The Kelberman Center Now Accepting New Therapy Clients of All Ages

The Kelberman Center Now Accepting New Therapy Clients of All Ages

The Kelberman Center Clinic, designed to support individuals and their families who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder or a related developmental disability, is now accepting new therapy clients of all ages! Licensed Masters of Social Work, Carlyne Hazer and Amanda Bushey, pictured, support individuals and families with developmental disabilities, who also are experiencingContinue reading →

Psychology Interns Make an Impact

Psychology Interns Make an Impact

The Kelberman Center is proud to showcase its most recent psychology interns, Avery Albert and Connor MacKenzie, both Syracuse University students, and Emily Mullinax, Utica College student, who have been valuable assets to The Kelberman Center Clinic Program over the past months. As a part of their internships, the students have assisted staff in administeringContinue reading →

The Kelberman Center and Rome Police Department Partner

The Kelberman Center and Rome Police Department Partner

The Kelberman Center Community Inclusion Partnership (CIP) is a new initiative that involves community organizations and businesses acting in conjunction with The Kelberman Center, supporting autism awareness and developing more inclusive environments within our community. The Kelberman Center provides inclusion and awareness trainings and ongoing support to businesses, and in turn, we look for businessesContinue reading →

Thank You Cliff’s Local Market!

Thank You Cliff’s Local Market!

A very big THANK YOU to Cliff’s Local Market for their partnership with The Kelberman Center during the month of October for the autism puzzle piece campaign. The $27,733 that was raised through the sale of puzzle pieces within Cliff’s stores will help ensure that children, adults and their families in our community will receive quality autismContinue reading →