Saturday, November 5, 2022 | 6:30 - 10:30 p.m.
Fairlawn Country Club
200 N. Wheaton Road, Akron OH 44313
Dinner, Drinks, & Dancing
In 1987, four in 10,000 children had a diagnosis of Autism. Children with Autism were not yet allowed to go to their local school for an education. The word “Infantile Autism” was replaced with a more expansive definition of “Autism Disorder” and a UCLA psychologist published the first study showing how intensive behavior therapy could help children with Autism – giving new hope to parents.
And in 1987, pioneering parents from Akron, OH, called the Autism Society of America and asked to start a chapter to provide support and exchange ideas of how best to advocate for their children - and the Autism Society of Greater Akron was founded. We are proud to have been on the front lines for 35 years, expanding from an all-parent network to the organization we are today.
Help us celebrate the many individuals and families living with Autism that we help to find local resources, support, educational information and inclusive opportunities. We promise a magical time to look back at how far we have come, and to dream forward to where we need to be to give individuals with Autism every opportunity possible.
HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?
PURCHASE A TICKET TO ATTEND
Individual - $125
Patron - $500
Tickets go on sale soon!
DONATE A SILENT AUCTION ITEM
We need silent auction items! Here’s a few ideas:
You get the idea. Download the in-kind ask letter and tax deductible forms and jump in!
SPONSOR THE EVENT
Please contact Leslie Bloom, Director of Development and Communications via email here or via phone at 330-940-1441 ext 5.
|Event Start Date||11-05-2022 6:30 pm|
|Event End Date||11-05-2022 10:30 pm|