When You Meet One Person with Autism You’ve Met One Person with Autism

By Annette Pinder When Lauren Savino discovered how much she enjoyed working with young children while volunteering at a school, she decided to triple-majored in Spanish, Special Education, and Elementary Education. Now she teaches fourth and fifth graders — her favorite age group — at Bennett Park

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Innovative Placements: Helping Others Succeed

Innovative Placements: Helping Others Succeed About Our Cover Model By Tess Moran Andrea Todaro grew up in Cheektowaga, but her heritage is much more exotic. While travelling in Spain as a young graduate her mother met a dashing Spaniard who swept her off her feet and followed

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Seeing the World with a Healthy Dose of Curiosity and Seek Guidance from a Trusted Health Provider

Seeing the World with a Healthy Dose of Curiosity and Seek Guidance from a Trusted Health Provider by Annette Pinder Shannon Bryant is excited to serve as Kaleida Health’s first Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer. Shannon was always interested in working with people, including individuals with a

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It’s Okay to Struggle

It’s okay to struggle, especially now If you can’t do it yourself, ask for help! by Annette Pinder Victoria (Tori) Brooks, MD, directs Erie County Medical Center’s (ECMC) comprehensive psychiatric emergency program providing emergency treatment for patients facing acute mental health issues. A native Buffalonian, Tori attended

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Recover, Reconnect, Reclaim – About the Cover Model

Recover, Reconnect, Reclaim About the Cover Model By Annette Pinder   Originally from Virginia near Washington DC, Amy Hartl attended Mary Washington College, majored in English literature, and pursued many interests before becoming an oncological massage and lymphatic drainage therapist. Amy was drawn to working with women

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What’s Really Important? Never Take your Health for Granted!

What’s really important? Never take your health for granted! Dr. Aubrey Bottom, Our Cover Model by Annette Pinder Early in the pandemic, Dr. Aubrey Bottoms, reflected on the positive aspects of the COVID pandemic, thinking that she now had more time to exercise and stay healthy. She

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