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Perspectives on Autism

A free event open to the public, Perspectives on Autism will have volunteer  VIP’s on the spectrum who are willing to answer respectful questions and talk honestly about what living with autism means to them. Come learn about autism
from the experts: people on the spectrum.

Bid on an exciting selection of outings and adventures donated by people and businesses in our community at our
Experiences Auction

Our amazing VIPs

Experiences Auction

Be a volunteer (email lynne)

Make a whole day of it. Attend the 3rd annual Autism Acceptance Video Game Tournament at Bellevue College from 11-4.

Then drive on over to the Perspectives on Autism event from 4-8. You'll learn a LOT about autism and you'll have a great time.

Thank you to Eastside Catholic School's Options Program for providing the venue. Thank you to Autism Spectrum Navigators for sharing a day of autism awareness with us.

Glassy Baby will be there! 10% from the sale of each glassybaby votive will be donated to Autism Day WA

Perspectives on Autism

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download BC Video Game Tournament pdf

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Autism Day 2014
Sat, AUG 9th, 11am-4pm
at Jubilee Farm in Carnation, WA
229 W Snoqualmie River Rd NE

2014

free event

TShirt design pending

(last year's poster below)

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flyer2013 Thank you to our press release writer and onsite reporter, Dan Aznoff of DA Journalist

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Caspian and mother Lynne Banki stand outside the Jubilee Farm barn where the 12th annual Autism Day WA will take place, Aug. 11. - Kevin Endejan/Issaquah & Sammamish Reporter

 

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We LOVE volunteers! Want to help out? Contact deb@autismdaywa.com

I remember how difficult it was to go anywhere as a family when my son was younger. There were very few places that could both accommodate his differences as well as provide fun for the whole family. When I did find someplace special, an oasis, I would melt into a relaxation I had not noticed I had been missing. I could let my guard down.

When I first moved to Washington, I was isolated not only by my newcomer status, but also as the parent of a child on the autism spectrum. There were many people who helped me get on my feet; teaching me about services, offering support. I never forgot the help they gave me and decided that when things got easier for me, I would do the same for other families going through similar struggles. Autism Day is a big part of that commitment.

Autism Day is a free, fun-filled event designed for families touched by autism - a chance to relax in a beautiful setting surrounded by people who understand. Various individuals, companies, service providers, and organizations wishing to reach out to the autism community provide free activities with our children in mind. Click to see who's coming this year! The event is spread out with booths, an hour long slip-n-slide event, gazebo performances, adaptive cycles by OutdoorsForAll, and various food vendors. Enjoy the hayrides, farm animals, beautiful flowers, open spaces and camaraderie. See you down on the farm!

Autism Day is supported by advertisers both at the event, through the 250 free event info bags, and on the 550 free event T-shirts. If you would like to learn more about advertising at Autism Day, please click here.

Thanks!
- Lynne, Parviz, Caspian, Damian, & Atesha Banki, and the Autism Days Board of Directors.


Lynne Banki
Executive Director

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