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The last two years have seen many challenges. The Center for Disability Services continues to move forward, propelled by the strength and resiliency of our staff and community.

Our staff and volunteers, ever devoted to our mission.

The individuals and families we support, who inspire us daily

And the many generous donors, who through their support, have helped get us to where we are today.

With this strength the Center has been able to do so much.

The Center administered over 7,000 vaccines and more than 200 booster shots in our accessible clinic to people we support, family members, our staff, and members of our community. We have plans to hold more clinics in the future.


This allowed individuals with disabilities to reenter programs and reconnect safely with friends, family and service providers. By retooling our programs, we were able to pivot to remote learning and the delivery of healthcare services through telemedicine, and more.


As we strive to regain an all-important sense of normalcy, the need for the Center’s innovative programs and services is even greater!


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Your continued support makes a difference to nearly 12,000 individuals with disabilities and their families:


Adult Recreation Programs are now offered at Corporate Circle and 700 South Pearl St. providing activities and socialization for individuals living within our residential homes.


Push-in educational services were brought to the residents’ living spaces and two classrooms at St. Margaret’s Center to maximize learning opportunities for students who have not returned to Langan School due to the pandemic.


Camp Spectacular offered a creative workshop for college-bound young adult campers who are on the autism spectrum to cope during the pandemic and prepare for the expectations of college life.


Eric Ledet, Ph.D. has joined the Center as VP of Research and Development and Director of the Center’s R&D Incubator, in an effort to take life-changing innovations to the next level for individuals with disabilities, a growing aging population, and all of society.


Therapeutic Pools were reopened at the Langan Schools in Albany and Prospect Center in Queensbury—providing physical education and therapies for students. Community swim opportunities are also available at the Albany pool.



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The Center for Disability Services is participating in the Saratoga Chamber of Commerce Save Our Locals $20.21 campaign!

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Help sustain our mission today!


To enable and empower people, primarily those with disabilities, to lead healthy and enriched lives.