Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Autism Speaks to hold fundraiser

NEW BRITAIN — Autism Speaks will hold Strike Out Autism Night Aug. 15 at New Britain Stadium, 230 John Karbonic Way. Gates will open at 5:35 p.m. and the game will start at 7:05.
To buy tickets, contact Traci Murray at (860) 675-5302 or
Half of all proceeds from tickets purchased from Murray will benefit Autism Speaks.

1 comment:

Autism said...

Autism is a serious one. It is a neurological development disorder for which there is no cure. Children with autism may have discrepancy in behavioural, communication and social interaction skills. Anxiety and depression also set in with these sufferers. The solution is early diagnosis which is difficult. Training for teachers and parents, autism specific child care centres and playgroups is the key step towards tackling this problem.

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