The 2015 holidays are upon us. Fort 4 Autism will be assisting families with the costs that occur at Christmas time. We will be purchasing a Christmas gift for individuals diagnosed with autism for a number of families. If you are a family that think this could benefit you, please apply below and write what the gift is in the "Proposal" section.
To apply: http://www.fort4autism.org/get-funding/
Sept. 25th 7-9pm at Paige's Crossing. We will have a pavilion and plenty of tickets to go around for everyone. RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Good news! Fort 4 Autism has officially been determined a 501(c)(3) organization by the IRS. Any donations made to us are now tax-deductible for the donors and this also gives us a lot more freedom to raise and distribute funds into the community!
We are excited to announce that Dr. Adam Hertig has joined the team and will serve on the board of directors. Dr. Hertig graduated from Indiana University with a degree in biology and then later received his Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS) from the Indiana School of Dentistry. Dr. Hertig enjoys spending time with his wife, Brittany, and their yorkie-poo, Reggie. He is an avid Indiana Hoosier fan, and loves watching the Colts, Cubs, and Notre Dame Football. In addition he loves playing basketball and golf.
We will be at the "Learning and Working with Autism" workshop at the main library (Children's Services) on Tuesday September 16th, 2014. The fair starts at 6pm with a panel discussion at 7pm. Come check out our booth and stay for the information session!
A big welcome to Kyle Sell who is our newest board member. Kyle has a masters degree in Psychology from Villanova University, has his own practice, and plans on starting doctoral work in the near future. We are excited to have him as a part of the team!