You may have seen the HBO movie that is a semi-biographical sketch of her life, starring Claire Danes. The real Dr. Temple Grandin will be speaking at Meydenbauer Center on Friday, December 2.
It’s a national event, walking for autism with Autism Speaks. And Seattle’s event is taking place on September 17 at Seattle Center.
For children on the autism spectrum, sometimes something as simple as going to a movie can be a multi-sensory overload. Now, thanks to select AMC theaters and Autism Society, first-run movies can be a “sensory friendly” experience.
The Everett Aquasox are happy to Twitter that they are hosting their first ever Autism Awareness Day at the ballpark on Sunday, July 31. It’s also Mascot Mania Day, so Nickelodean’s Diego will be there, too!
It’s time to think about getting the kids ready for back to school and school pictures! If you realize a little trim might just be what’s needed, check out these cool Seattle area salons, where your kids will feel comfortable and have fun while getting that stylish cut.
Whether your child has an autism spectrum disorder, a behavioral disorder, or a learning disorder, there are many kinds of therapy around the Sound for you and your child. Here are some places that can help.
It’s the fourth annual Light It Up Blue for World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. In New York, the Empire State Building will be glowing with blue lights, and in Seattle, there’s a chance for you and your child to explore at Seattle Children’s Museum….
Beyond help from formal medical programs, parents around Seattle can find enormous support sharing their experiences and advice. Here is a listing some organizations helping families connect around Puget Sound.