Amber is an advocate of children with special needs, mental health and women’s issues.
Amber worked as the Director of Marketing for Comprehensive Behavior Supports. This non-profit provides ABA Therapy to hundreds of children in New York and New Jersey. Amber utilized this position to advocate for solutions for the autism epidemics top problems, as defined by the CDC’s 2016 Report.
NYC Council Member, Matheieu Eugene delighted in the work of the altruistic organization with the following statement.
“It has been a privilege to join my friends at Comprehensive Behavior Supports as they work to find new ways of educating autistic members of the community. ABA home therapy has immense value as a learning tool and is helping to empower children and adults living with developmental disorders. I’m proud to support the mission of CBS and wish them a prosperous future in serving people with special needs.” — at SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
Melissa Mark Viverito, Speaker of the NYC City Council replied to my request (on behalf of Comprehensive Behavior Supports). I asked what the plans are for 2017, in regards to autism. The Speaker responded with a formal letter (Click here to read).
“More needs to be done to help ensure that all of our communities are receiving the support and services they need to identify and treat autism early on.” – Melissa Mark Viverito, Speaker of the New York City Council.
Amber Adler met NYC Council Member, Andy King, who represents the District 11 which covers an area in the Bronx with one of the largest District 75 schools in New York City. The council member is a member of the Committee on Education. He extended encouraging remarks for families touched by autism.
“Our next generation is gifted and very special, but some need a little extra help to reach their full potential. I admire organizations that are working to provide that extra help.” – NYC Council Member, Andy King (D-12 Bronx)