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Gary Shulman

    Gary Shulman

    Gary Shulman, MS Ed, was the Program Director of Social Services, Training Coordinator, and Special Camp Fair Coordinator for Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc. for over 24 years.  He transitioned from that position to the role of consultant/trainer on a private basis. Prior to RCSN, Mr. Shulman was the Special Needs Coordinator for the Brooklyn Children’s Museum for 10 years, a multi-sensory interactive learning environment.  He began his career working with children with and without disabilities as a Head Start teacher for five years.  Gary Shulman’s passion is bringing relief to families of children with disabilities, as well as to the professionals who support them.  His workshops are informational and inspirational.  Through an interactive format, participants are taken on a journey of discovery, learning about all the various programs and services that make life easier when caring for a child with a disability.  They will be motivated to think about their needs, wants, wishes, and dreams. Website Email

    Come Touch His Cheek

    Come Touch His Cheek https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/come-touch-his-cheeks

    This child of mine you stare at so, Please come closer so you will know Just who my child is and what I see when those sweet eyes stare back at me I see no limits to my child’s life Although I know It will be filled with strife, I’m hoping that doors will open […]

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