Sandra C. Slomin is well known throughout the United States for her philanthropy, especially in healthcare and education. Her quest to serve the needs of children with autism and their families led to the vision of creating the Roslyn and Raymond Slomin Campus in Palm Beach County, Florida. The campus offers a preschool, camp opportunities, aquatics and many more programs and services to the community.
The Center also addresses the educational needs of students on the spectrum. Sandy has personally met with and provided encouragement to many families struggling with autism spectrum disorder. She hopes the Slomin Family Center will serve as an inspiration to others and a model for similar programs throughout the country.
Sandy received her Bachelor of Arts in Education at the Ohio State University and her Master of Arts in Education from Hofstra University. She combined her knowledge with her devotion to children as a kindergarten teacher in an at-risk neighborhood in Florida. Her experience as a teacher and her love for children have given her the passion to create the Slomin Family Center, which she pledges will be a "safe haven where all feel welcomed and accepted."
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