Autism Events & Training

TAPAS, WINE & JAZZ SUMMER SOIREE

Friday August 18, 2017

7-10 pm | Broadmoor Country Club, Indianapolis | 2155 Kessler Boulevard West Drive

Featuring

  • Tapas menu by Broadmoor’s chef

  • Wine by Manolo’s Wines

  • Jazz by Monika Herzig and Carolyn Dutton

  • Host WFIU’s David Brent Johnson

  • Silent auction

The Foundation for Autism Resources is pleased to announce our signature fundraiser Tapas Wine and Jazz, Friday, August 18, 2017, at the beautiful Broadmoor Country Club in Indianapolis.  FAR’s annual event raises funds to connect local children with autism, and their families, to opportunity by providing access to therapy, support, and resources. Last year FAR provided over 25,000 hours of therapy to Hoosier children and families.

Tapas, Wine & Jazz 2017 will feature jazz artist Monika Herzig and Carolyn Dutton with host David Brent Johnson of WFIU. Fine wines from Manolo’s Wines will accompany an original menu.

There will also be a silent auction and art by children.

Single tickets $50

Tables and Sponsorships Available

Click here to order tickets

Contact Shana at shana@autismresource.org
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Autism Speaks was founded on love. The organization was created by grandparents of a child with autism. Their love for their grandson was so great that it became the cornerstone of the world’s leading autism organization…and that love is reflected in the eyes of thousands of volunteers and supporters.

Now it is up to us, the autism community, to keep that love going and growing. And we need everyone to help. You can power the love by fundraising for the Indianapolis Walk.  Please register today.  At Autism Speaks the funds you raise will support our mission to enhance lives today while accelerating a spectrum of solutions for tomorrow.

Event Details:
Indianapolis Walk
Date: 09/09/2017
White River State Park – State Museum Lawn
Register Now

Once you sign up, forward this email to your friends and family and invite them to join your fundraising team. All are welcome at the Indianapolis Walk. The more who fundraise, the greater our impact.

Thank you for being an important part of the Autism Speaks community. You are the power behind the love and we can’t wait to see you in 9/9/2017.

Sincerely,
Lisa Radtke

P.S. Register today!
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Support Groups

7/10/2017
Asperger’s Adult Group
This support group is for both individuals with Asperger’s and those caring for them. They meet the second Monday of each month at 6:00 PM in the cafeteria Lutheran Hospital.

Contact John Graham for more details at coleman_2001@yahoo.com

7/18/2017
Encourage, Empower and Enjoy the Autism Spectrum
This is a support group for caregivers of people with autism. They meet the third Tuesday of each month from 6:30 PM to 8:00

Dupont branch library
536 E Dupont Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46825

For more information about this support group email Susan Crowell at scrowell@inautism.org or call (800) 609 – 8449, ext. 333.

7/18/2017
Dekalb County Autism Support Group
This support group will meet the third Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m at DeKalb Health.

Park in Lot C, Enter Door#61
DeKalb Health Medical Arts East
1314 East 7th Street, Auburn, IN 46706
Conference Room 303B
For more information, call: DeKalb Health Physical and
Occupational Rehabilitation Department

Events

4C of Southern Indiana, Inc. – Quarterly Training Calendar (July – Sept. 2017)

June 30–4:00 pm to 8:30 pm Indianapolis Zoo 

FUSE has received 50 free admission tickets to the Indianapolis Zoo! For our second family fun meet up of the summer, we will host an evening at the zoo beginning at 4:00 pm and continuing through 8:30 pm. Enjoy the Indianapolis Zoo’s evening event, the Zoolapalooza Concert Series, featuring music and special food options. For details of the evening visit the Zoo website at http://www.indianapoliszoo.com/events-and-groups/zoo-events/zoolapalooza

Free tickets to the Zoo will be distributed by FUSE at the entrance to the Zoo. Look for our table by the ticket machines under the pop up (left of the Zoo ticket windows). We will give tickets away (no more than 4 per family) only while supplies last, first come, first served! If you miss the free tickets, you will need to pay your own zoo admission.  If you have a zoo membership and don’t need tickets, please stop by our table anyway and get your FUSE button so families can identify each other while we enjoy wandering through the Zoo exhibits!

Note: the animal exhibits and the rides close at 7, so keep that in mind when planning your visit.

July 11–6:00 pm to 7:30 pm  Brown Bag and Blanket Picnic at Southeastway Park

Bring your blanket and a brown bag dinner for a picnic and playtime in the park! We will be at the newer playground in the open field area of the park, so you will have to drive all the way around the long, one-way circular drive past the shelters to find us. Check out the map link to locate the playground
http://funfinder.indy.gov/api/files/brochure/170

July 22 –2:00 pm to 5:00 pm  Swimming in Shelbyville

Families will meet up at the Meridian Park Family Aquatic Center in Shelbyville for a casual day of swimming and sun! Families pay their own admission fees, $5 for ages 3 and up, $3 for 2 and under. Look for the FUSE signs in the grassy area and bring your blankets/beach towels to set out to save some spots together.  Click this link to learn more about the pool

2017 Science Central Schedule

2017 Science Central will be opening our doors to the Special Abilities community thanks to the generous support of the AWS Foundation. All are welcome, but Pre-registration is required. As a result of increased demand for programming, this year we have Six (6) dates that you/your group/your organization can attend, one or all, dedicated to providing fun science education for people with intellectual, and physical disabilities.

  • Sunday, August 13, 2017 – open to the public
  • Tuesday, September 19, 2017 – closed to the public
  • Wednesday, December 13, 2017 – open to the public

We will be making modifications to traditional programming.

  • Light and sound reduction in some areas
  • Higher light levels in areas that are usually dark
  • Access to listening devices
  • A less crowded environment free from unnecessary distractions
  • Extra staff on hand
  • Additional demonstrations with extra tactile stimulation

The Indiana Autism Alliance has FREE tickets available. To request tickets, please email Scott Garner at indianaautismalliance@gmail.com

To learn more and to register for any of the dates visit ScienceCentral.org, or if you want to get on the calendar right away visit this online registration form (preferred recommendation) HERE. Or contact the registrar at 260-424-2400×451.

You/Your group/Your organization can have a wonderful interactive experience at Science Central.
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AUTISM SOCIETY OF INDIANA UPCOMING EVENTS
www.autismsocietyofindiana.org/events
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Magic with Cody Clark www.codyclarkmagic.com
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Carol Gray Social Stories www.carolgraysocialstories.com
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