World Autism Awareness Day
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.
Join Lighthouse Autism Center for our first Annual Central IndianaAutism Resource Fair! This event will feature vendors from all over centralIndiana that provide support services to families with autism. Enter to win a free Amazon tablet! A free gift bag will be provided for anyfamily who attends. Vendors will be handing out materials […]
Autism Parent Support Group Lighthouse Autism Center and the Autism Society of Indiana are partnering to host a free Parent Support Group for parents of children who are newly diagnosed with autism. The support group will involve a four-part series that will include a diverse and knowledgeable group of in-person speakers and light refreshments. […]
Lighthouse Autism Center is Expanding Services into Castleton, Indiana Lighthouse Autism Center (LAC) continues to expand, now with a network of centers in three states – quite a journey from its humble beginnings serving four families in one building to now serving hundreds of families across three states for nearly a decade. It is truly […]