All this … and Zamboni rides too!

Autism Awareness Month is full of activities here at Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin.

It all starts this Friday, when hundreds of Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin families, staff and friends will attend a special night with the Milwaukee Admirals hockey team. Our Act for Autism event is intended to increase awareness of autism in the Milwaukee area.

Friday’s Admirals game will feature our Color Guard presenting the colors, our Walk with Me Ambassadors riding the Zambonis and some special thoughts from our National Child Representative, Kyle and his Mom, Stephanie.

But that is just the beginning! Our friends from CVS will be selling autism awareness pins all month, Cousin’s Sub shops will have special dine in days, and tasty cookies from National Bakery will feature the autism puzzle pin.

For the “BIG kids,” Blu cocktail lounge in the historic Pfister hotel is featuring a special celebrity Blu-tender event on April 12. And wait. There’s more! Rock Bottom Brewery has created a special Lily Lager, plus they’ll be donating a percentage of profits from their Easter Brunch to Easter Seals autism services.

Our friends at the Milwaukee BizTimes will be highlighting these events and chronicling the needs of families living with autism in a special article this Friday. At Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin, one out of every ten individuals we serve is affected by autism. Link to the autism awareness page of our web site to see all the ways you can help us raise needed funds for autism services.


 

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  2. Early Intervention Says:

    Helpful post. Thanks for sharing this list of events for Autism Awareness Month. Good post.


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