The Autism Family Foundation Holds Family Fun Day on April 28
April 13, 2012 (Copley Township, Ohio) – The Autism Family Foundation, in collaboration with the Summit County Developmental Disabilities Board and Kids First School, a program operated by the Summit County Educational Service Center, is recognizing Autism Awareness Month with a Family Fun Day on Saturday, April 28, from 10 am to 2 pm.
The event, which is open to the public, will take place at the Robert J. Keegan Family Center for Autism, 3557 Commercial Drive in Copley Township. Activities will include food, games, face painting, pony rides, prizes, live animals, inflatables, and other fun activities.
In addition, attorney Phil Kauffman will be on hand to provide families information about special education wills and trusts.
Due to a generous donation from Stark & Knoll, there will be no cost for this event. Please RSVP at 330-926-3939 so there is an accurate count for food.
The Autism Family Foundation’s mission is to assist families dealing with autism and to enhance the lives of these children and their families as they develop from birth to adulthood. More information can be found at the Foundation’s website at www.autismfamilyfoundation.org.