Senator Joe Harper Loses 450 Pounds During Weight Loss Journey As a Result of Hard Work and Determination

Harper credits Hospital for Special Care for achieving success without surgery;
Helps hospital launch “Harper Fund for Autism” fundraiser

Hospital for Special Care Denies Allegations by U.S. Attorney Regarding Summer Camp Program

NEW BRITAIN Conn. (May 29, 2014)   Hospital for Special Care today announced it has entered into a settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to resolve an allegation that its Vacation Ventures Camp had violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Hospital for Special Care Launches “Spectrum of Kindness” to Foster a Better Understanding of Autism and the Faces Behind the Numbers

Invites public to support Autism Awareness Month by sharing inspirational stories and acts of kindness

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 In light of the recent report released by the CDC yesterday announcing new Autism prevalence rates and the increasing number of children being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Hospital for Special Care is increasing its Autism awareness efforts and focusing on the faces behind the numbers of those diagnosed.

Hospital for Special Care Accepting 2014 Scholarship Applications

Will offer five scholarships to Greater New Britain area students pursuing degrees in nursing, healthcare and computer sciences

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (Mar. 3, 2014) – Hospital for Special Care (HSC) is accepting scholarship applications from students pursuing degrees in nursing, healthcare and computer sciences. Five scholarships will be awarded in 2014 to students enrolling or currently enrolled in an accredited college or university as full-time or part-time undergraduate students.

Dr. Patricia Aguayo Joins Hospital for Special Care Autism Center

Center expands services and now offers psychiatric interventions and evaluation

Hospital for Special Care Expands Dental Clinic Services for Children and Adults with Special Needs

Hospital for Special Care Expands Dental Clinic Servicesfor Children and Adults with Special Needs

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (Nov.13, 2013) – Recognizing a community-wide need for dental services for children and adults with special needs, Hospital for Special Care (HSC) is expanding its dental practice. Joining the dental services staff are Monica Sandra Wolff, D.D.S, M.D.S. and Jamie Roach-Decker, D.D.S.

Manes & Motions Therapeutic Riding Center Raises $73,000 at Annual “Celebrity Waiter” Dinner

Manes & Motions Therapeutic Riding Center Raises $73,000 at Annual “Celebrity Waiter” Dinner

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (Oct 16, 2013) – Surrounded by the Marine Corps League Maureen Reyes, 11 was born with arteriovenous malformation, a mass of arteries and veins, in the middle of her brain. Maureen is now making great strides through equine-assisted therapy at Manes & Motions in Middletown.

Hospital for Special Care President and CEO John Votto Receives Hartford Business Journal’s Lifetime Achievement Award

Hospital for Special Care President and CEO John Votto Receives Hartford Business Journal’s Lifetime Achievement Award 

 NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (Oct 14, 2013) – Pictured above, John J. Votto, D.O., F.C.C.P., president and CEO, Hospital for Special Care, (HSC) is a 2013 recipient of the Hartford Business Journal’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

Hospital for Special Care Announces Swallowing Disorders Center; Receives Grant from CHEFA

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (Oct. 7, 2013) – Swallowing is something most people don’t even think about despite the fact that we swallow approximately 600 times a day. Imagine experiencing pain or difficulty each of those 600 times that you swallow -- whether it is to eat breakfast, drink a sip of water or simply to clear your throat. This is what people who live with the swallowing disorder dysphagia experience on a daily basis.

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