2018 Eastern Run/Walk for Autism

Tyler's Tribe

 

 

Welcome to Tyler's Tribe team page! Please consider joining our team and donating to the Autism Society of North Carolina!

 

Tyler is 4 and 1/2 years old! He was diagnosed with Autism at age 2. He was non-verbal until about a year ago. In the past year, he has gained so many words and is able to tell us when he needs and wants something. Although he still struggles with transitions and social interaction, he has come so far! Hopefully Tyler will be attending the summer camp provided through the Autism Society this summer and we look forward to seeing his progress after that! He attends school at Sadie Saulter Pre-k in the HUGS program, receives speech therapy at Carolina Therapy Connection and ABA therapy with BCPS. I cannot thank the people enough who have poured their hearts into Tyler! Along with these people, our family and friends really do make up Tyler's Tribe!! Please come out and join us for the fun walk or run the 5k to support Tyler and the Autism Society!

 

Thank you for supporting the Eastern Run/Walk for Autism. Your contribution is greatly appreciated.

 

Did you know autism affects as many as 1 in 58 children in North Carolina? Join me on April 29 2017, to raise money to improve the lives of individuals with autism. Thank you! Thank you for supporting the Eastern Run/Walk for Autism. Your contribution is greatly appreciated.

Did you know autism affects as many as 1 in 58 children in North Carolina? Join me on April 29 2017, to raise money to improve the lives of individuals with autism. Thank you!

 

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The Autism Society of North Carolina is the leading statewide resource organization serving people across the autism spectrum throughout their lifespans.

We understand the challenges of the autism community because we work with individuals on the autism spectrum and their families every day. We offer advocacy, training and education, and direct care that helps individuals with autism to, increase their social and communication skills, develop independent-living skills, succeed in school or on the job, participate in community activities, and advocate for themselves.

We have a statewide network of resources, connecting individuals with autism and their families to life-changing programs and supports unavailable anywhere else.

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