We were excited to be included in the Art of Autism exhibit at the Ventura Westside Art Walk! Over 900 visitors stopped in to view the incredible artwork created by individuals with Autism. We enjoyed meeting new friends such as Bradford Spady (pictured above with Brent and Dani Bowman). Bradford is the author and illustrator of
The Celebrate Autism van finally made it to its new home! After traveling 10 days, through 15 states and 3,300 miles, the van successfully made it from California to North Carolina. We had a wonderful trip, with some great pit stops along the way visiting friends and family. Some of our favorite pit stops
The sun was no stranger on the morning of the LA Autism Walk at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena! It was quite the scorcher, so congratulations to the walkers who toughed it out. We shared Unintentional Humor™ with the masses at our booth alongside some of our favorite people in the Autism community: The Art
During Autism Awareness Month we hosted an Artist Reception and Book Signing with The Art of Autism at the Bohemia Coffee House in Ojai, CA. The event was a huge success drawing a crowd of over 50 people! The artwork of Autistic artists covered the walls of the coffee house making for a wonderful backdrop. Artists
At the end of March we had the opportunity to be a part of the inspiring Family Enrichment Weekend put on by Families Together in Moscow, ID. Twenty families from around the area came together to spend a weekend of kid-friendly fun and parent relaxation. We believe that families are the most important support systems
April is Autism Awareness Month and we are very excited about everything we are participating in this month! Here is a little sneak peek: A Month On The Spectrum April 2-30 Special event: April 15; 3:00-6:00 p.m. Rainbow Connection Presentation April 17; 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Oxnard, CA April 24; 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Simi Valley, CA
It was a sell out crowd who gathered at the “Families are Important” conference in Pullman, WA on Nov. 8, 2011. Led by well known keynote speakers, Temple Grandin and her mother, Eustacia Cutler, the audience was provided an interactive and relaxed atmosphere to learn about their experiences with autism. Knowing that the
Thank you so much to Shannon Sullivan, owner of the Autism Community Store for hosting us at our first Colorado book signing event!! We were very excited to see old friends and make new ones at our book signing at the Bookies. Thank you Sue Lubeck for your kindness and support!!