Autism-Friendly Santa: A Huge Success!

Children at the event were able to have their face painted, as well as create a holiday craft while they waited to visit Santa. Information and resources were available for parents.

Children had their face painted and made a holiday craft while they waited to visit Santa. Info and resources were available for parents.

On Friday I wrote about our upcoming autism-friendly Santa event. Over 150 children and their families participated. You can check out the coverage from a Jet 24, a local news station at http://bit.ly/R1qAYr.

I’m so pleased that I can be a part of one of the most wonderful events offered by the Barber National Institute. I only wish that Ryan could have participated in such an event when he was growing up.

A special thanks to the Millcreek Mall in Erie, PA and to Santa’s helpers who all went out of their way to accommodate this great event for families.

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