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HVP - March 2014

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Page 23 of 45 n Hudson Valley Parent 23 Evan Hershkowitz, DDS, MPH 1001 Route 376 • Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 • specialize in children, infancy through adolescence and children with special needs • a very caring, safe and stress free environment • state of the art facility • general anesthesia available in our fully equipped operating suite Ahoy Mateys! 3206 Rt. 9W New Windsor, NY 12553 (845) 561-5227 301 Main Street Beacon, NY 12508 (845) 831-5995 ORANGEPEDIATRICCARE.COM ORANGE PEDIATRIC CARE, P.C. "Quality, Compassionate, Personalized care you and your child will know and trust!" Dr. Rita Sharma has retired and we are honored to announce that she has entrusted us to carry on the care for her patients. We will carry on the excellent personal care that she gave with a seamless and easy transition to us. Let us answer your questions and introduce ourselves. Find us at "" for hours and information….. and also on Facebook. Please call us and set up your next appointment today. New Party Choice... New Price $7.95 13-19 Railroad Avenue Middletown, NY 10940 (845) 343-8121 We BOWL Kids Over With BIRTHDAY FUN! Which toys does your special needs child love? "My grandmother made my son a weighted blanket. I found her the directions online." — Gizella DiVenere, Saugerties "The Flying Turtle is an awesome toy for a child with vestibular or proprioceptive deficits. They sell them at Land of Oz in Rhine- beck." — Sharon Laidlaw, Woodstock "My 2.5-year-old loves his Rody horse from Waddle N Swaddle." — Mary Paul-Tauber, Poughkeepsie "Barnes & Noble sells great tex- tures books for sensory kids." — Tiffany Seyfert, Woodstock "Some pharmacies carry therapy putty. I got some in Wappinger's Falls." — Pamela Perry, Wappinger's Falls "Great games for fine motor-skill building include Kerplunk, Jen- ga, Legos, and LiteBrite. We also have a beanbag chair, a crawl tunnel and a small indoor tram- poline for vestibular and proprio- ceptive input." — Julie Peterson, Woodstock "I have always sewn for a hobby and made blankets for friends. My son was diagnosed with autism in October, so I began looking into things to help him. I now make custom blankets to others in need!" — Cheryl Ann Ortega, HVP Chatroom

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