Autism Cares Foundation

Autism Cares Foundation

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157 Railroad Drive
Warminster,PA 18974 
Contact: 
Linda@autismcaresfoundation.org 

*FitLife every Thursday evening from 7pm-8pm
@Fitlife Performance Training
157 Railroad Drive
Warminster,PA 18974 
Contact: 
Linda@autismcaresfoundation.org 

**ALSO--------------------We are excited to announce the opening of our Technology Learning Lab!!

Autism Cares Foundation and SI Services have partnered to open an innovative technology lab for special learners. It has been over three years since we began our Learning Lab and development of our iPad Enrichment Programs. At our new state of the art facility we will continue our focus on utilizing the iPad as a supportive tool to enhance learning. 

This lab will specialize in the analysis, research and development, and implementation of educational programs for parents and professionals to learn how to integrate the iPad into daily routines at home, school and in the community. Karen Velocci, Director of Technology for the foundation and President of SI Services, will be running the lab with assistance from the special professionals and coaches that have helped make these programs so successful.

We hope you will participate in our future events at our new lab at 350 South York Road in Hatboro, PA.    

Please click on this link to view an article from the Patch

Autism Cares Foundation series of iPad Workshops was held in March and April 2013.  They were a huge success!
*The workshops----- were--- scheduled are as follows:Tues. March 12th - 'Integrating the iPad in Education' 7-8:30pm - Richboro, PA  Mon. March 18th  - 'What APP is there for THAT!?' 7-8:30pm - Hatboro, PA  Wed., April 3rd -'Communication Apps' Review     7-8:30pm - Hatboro, PA  Mon, April 8th- 'Apple TV' - It's amazing! 7-8:30pm - Hatboro, PA  Contact: Karen Velocci Technology Director  kvelocci@autismcaresfoundation.org  215-313-5989

The Autism Cares Foundation differentiates itself from other organizations raising funds for autism as our support revolves around improving the life experiences for children and young adults with autism today.

To this end, our short-term efforts center on providing various activities where children and young adults with autism can participate. One of the many challenges with a child or young adult with autism is to provide them with as typical of a life as possible. Presently, there are few places where children with autism can play sports together or engage in any type of structured play, physical fitness or other activities.

The Autism Cares Foundation is focused on improving the life experiences of children and young adults with autism today.

http://www.autismcaresfoundation.org