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  • July
    14

    All the Places You Will Go: Graduation Day

    By: SAAAC

    On this particular day, the art room transformed into a dressing room. Makeup was being applied, ties were being straightened, and shoes were being polished. Volunteers ran around, making sure their students were ready for a very special evening. “You’ll curl my hair right?” asked Abirami to one of the passing volunteers. Abirami, along with Read More…

  • July
    10

    Meet Me at the Bridge: Special Black-Tie Fundraising Event to Raise Funds for Autism Services

    By: SAAAC

    Bridges are powerful symbols of connection, of opportunity, of access. These qualities have made the bridge central to our annual black-tie fundraising event, Meet Me at the Bridge. For the past three years, Meet Me at the Bridge has served as a point of intersection between individuals and families living with autism and business/community leaders. Read More…

  • July
    8

    Becoming Water Safe

    By: SAAAC

      How to Help a Child with Autism Who Wander Become “Water Safe” Fifty percent of children with autism have a tendency to wander. And as one autism expert posits, the other fifty percent “just haven’t wandered yet.” Wandering is a huge worry for this population and undeniably puts people with autism in harm’s way. After all, Read More…

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