NOV 30, 2014 – ASA-ETC and Pediatric Physical Therapy Services are partnering together to provide a Sensitive Santa Event at The Mall in Johnson City from 8 – 10am. This opportunity is only for children with ASD where the Santa area will be “sensory friendly” with lower lighting and quieter surroundings. Each family will receive… [Continue Reading]
ASA-ETC’s Christmas Party in Pigeon Forge will be held at the Comedy Barn again this year. This amazing show and talented cast hold a special 45 minute performance for children with autism and their families. Fun begins at 4:30pm, complete with a bag of goodies and time to meet old friends and make new ones!… [Continue Reading]
ASA-ETC is partnering with Chattanooga Autism Center, Mystery Dog Ranch & Hozho Therapeutic Riding to host their Annual Christmas Party from 11am – 3pm at Mystery Dog Ranch: 975 Wooten Rd., Ringgold, GA. There will be food, reindeer games, hay rides and Cowboy Santa will be there with a gift for every child. RSVP to:… [Continue Reading]
DECEMBER 6, 2014 – ASA-ETC’s Christmas Party in Knoxvillewill be from 2 – 4pm at Grace Lutheran Church. There will be arts and crafts, sensory play, bounce house, and a special room set aside for children to visit Santa and receive a sensory gift. Parents…bring cameras for special holiday photos!! Drinks provided, but please bring… [Continue Reading]
NOV 21, 2014 – EDUCATION WORKSHOP: “Teaching ABA: A Guide to Structured Teaching for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder” – by Sonia Dularam of Cherokee Health Systems is hosted by ASA-ETC and After Stars AfterSchool. Discussion will focus on what ABA is, the primary goals of ABA, how to use ABA to teach skills, how… [Continue Reading]
ASA-ETC’s LEGO Club Knoxville is back in action for the school year. Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each month from 6 – 7:30pm at West Park Baptist Church: 8833 Middlebrook Pike, Knoxville, TN 37923. This is a very popular monthly event so please RSVP in advance to: email@example.com or (865) 247-5082. JOIN US FOR LEGO FUN!!!
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