A free event for people with special needs and abilities to learn how to surf and is open for any and all ages. Join in on a night of surfing, beach games, and more. Surfing with Smiles’ aim it to help build confidence and sense of reward, enjoying the beach, playing in the water, or staying dry on land and playing beach games. Their mission is to enhance the lives of surfers and volunteers by creating a positive and fun environment that builds confidence, gives a sense of reward to all participants, and friendships. To register or for more information visit the link below or contact email@example.com or call Taylor at 603-965-5119 or Lindsey at 978-828-9738.
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts is hosting an event for kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ages 8 – 12. Artful Healing and Beyond the Spectrum offer a specially designed program for Autism Spectrum, including Asperger’s Syndrome, accompanied by a parent or caregiver. August’s Theme: A Feast for Your Eyes – Join in to sample a visual tasting menu of fine foods in art. If you would like to receive a materials kit, please make sure to provide a mailing address when you purchase your ticket.Fees Apply – For more information visit the link below or contact 617-369-4027 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hear from Sarah Spence, M.D., Boston Children’s Hospital and explore the connection between epilepsy and autism and discuss what parents and providers need to know. Dr. Spence will talk about what is known about the overlapping biological mechanisms of epilepsy and autism. Finally, Dr. Spence will review emerging data for the use of CANNABIDIOL (CBD) for treatment of seizures in autism. To register or for more information click the link below or contact email@example.com.