Giving A Voice To The Voiceless
We Promote Education, Autism Awareness and Support for Families Living with Autism.
1 in 40: CDC Estimated Autism Prevalance in 2020
The Organization for Autism Research estimate on autism prevalence increased by nearly 10 percent, to 1 in 40 children in the U.S. View the studies published in “Pediatrics” and JAMA Pediatrics” here.
We believe everyone deserves a voice.
For 50 years, Prentke Romich Company has been leading the way in giving a voice to those who cannot speak for themselves. Since our founding in 1966, PRC has paved the way in the development of speech-generating devices (SGDs) and continues to innovate in the field of augmentative and alternative communication.
We are also a pioneer in the field of language and vocabulary development, giving children and adults with communication challenges the ability to participate in life.
Sensory Friendly at Sky Zone
Enjoy the freedom of jumping. Sensory Friendly hours provide a quieter, more relaxed jumping experience. Just a chance to jump and smile! Sky Zone will turn off the music & dial down the distractions for the comfort of our extra special jumpers. We welcome children & adults with special needs and their siblings, family & friends to enjoy the park just like every other jumper.
Changing the Face of Autism
ALONE there is little we can do about autism.
TOGETHER we will be unstoppable.
10 Facts about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- ASD affects about 1 in 68 children in the United States, with more children identified than ever before.I know the signs of healthy child development.
- ASD is about 4 times more likely in boys than girls.
- ASD affects children of all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups.
- ASD is a spectrum disorder, which means that every child with ASD has different skills, challenges, and needs.
- While do not know all of the causes of ASD, we have learned that there are likely many contributing factors, including genes, early brain development, and the environment.
- ASD can be reliably diagnosed by age 2, but children may be diagnosed at earlier ages.
- Early identification of ASD helps children get the services they need.
- There is no “cure” for ASD, but there are several interventions that can help children learn important skills that improve everyday life.
- Typically, the earlier children are diagnosed and receive services, the better their outcomes are.
- Children with ASD can learn and succeed in the classroom and beyond. Like every child, with the help of their families, providers, doctors, specialists, and communities, kids with ASD can thrive.
We’d like to thank Sweetwater for their continued support!