May 2nd Community Events

Therapy room at Lighthouse Autism Center with toys on a table with blue chairs and book shelves above

May 2nd Community Events

This Saturday, May 2nd there are two community events happening that we would like to let you know about.

The first is David’s Run for Autism. It will take place in Nappanee, IN starting at 8:30am. There will be autism resource tables there, food, games and activities for the whole family. For more details and to register for the run/walk, click here.

The second event will be hosted by IN*SOURCE on Saturday May 2nd from 10:00am-12:30pm at 602 South 8th St. in Goshen IN. The workshop “Be Safe: The Movie, How to Interact Safely with the Police,” will give parents the education and tools to teach their child with autism how to respond and interact appropriately with the police.

We hope that you might be able to attend one of these events. Please continue to check our posts for upcoming community events as well as autism resources!

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World Autism Awareness Day

Raising Autism Awareness and Promoting Acceptance

In 2008, the United Nations General Assembly unanimously declared that April 2nd would become World Autism Awareness Day. Today, we celebrate by wearing blue to not only raise awareness about autism, but also promote acceptance.  We will continue to celebrate Autism Awareness for the entire month of April, and always celebrate autism acceptance here at Lighthouse Autism Center. Today, our kiddos and staff celebrated by wearing blue, doing puzzle piece crafts, and making signs to show our support for autism awareness.

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