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Remembered and Respected
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 by Lynn Kelly
A once forgotten and small plot of land in Wyoming County is the final resting place for more than 300 people who lived at the old Wyoming County Home and Insane Asylum. Marked only by numbers, the names and lives of those buried there, were seemingly forgotten. read more...
Foundation Funding Update
Monday, July 14, 2014 by Lynn Kelly
At the June meeting of the SASi Foundation Board of Directors, funding to purchase a utility trailer with a hard deck was approved.  read more...
Tim's Turn On The Mound
Tuesday, July 08, 2014 by Lynn Kelly
On Friday, June 27th, With the help of his SASi family, longtime baseball fan Tim Barrows, had the chance to live a dream and honor his father’s memory by throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at the Buffalo Bison’s game at Coca-Cola field. Tim was born and raised into a world of baseball. His father, Bob Barrows, was a baseball legend in Buffalo and Tim was frequently by his dad’s side, on the field, in the stands and at home, enjoying every sport at any level. read more...
19th Annual Golf Tournament Recap
Thursday, June 26, 2014 by Lynn Kelly
The 19th Annual Golf Tournament & Niagara Trail Wine Tour event was the best ever! 145 golfers enjoyed a great day at Arrowhead Golf Course. read more...
Mary Lou Steff is enjoying her new found happiness and freedom. After more than a decade of miss treatment, she has found a new zest for life both at home with her nephew’s family and at Suburban Adult Services Inc.’s weekday program. read more...
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SASi Mission Statement


SASi's mission is to focus on the unique needs and goals of individuals with physical or intellectual disabilities and their families and work towards those goals through a comprehensive array of programs and services. SASi strives to provide experiences that enhance their opportunities, broaden their horizons and enrich their lives.