To celebrate Autism Acceptance Month, Cultivate Behavioral Health & Education hosted its inaugural Autism Awareness and Acceptance Walk on April 3rd. Over 150 people signed up from across the country to run, walk, or hike wearing BLUE to shine a light on Autism acceptance. In the process, our participants helped raise donations for the Autism Society, which is a network that annually supports 600,000+ individuals and families through education, advocacy, information & referrals, support, and by building community. Thank you so much to everyone who participated and helped make our first annual walk/run event a success!
Additionally, Cultivate Behavioral Health and Education is proud to have coordinated the donation of over 500 pounds of canned, dry goods, and diapers to multiple local food pantries across the nation, including the San Antonio Food Bank, Tinley Park Food Pantry, Mid-South Food Bank, and more. Partnering with local food banks and collecting donations encourages our communities to get involved in the fight to end hunger. Everyone’s support puts wholesome food on the tables of hungry children, families, and seniors. Thanks to all the generous donors who participated in our Autism Acceptance Month Food Drive!
Cultivate provides individualized ABA services to children and adolescents in their homes, our learning centers, and throughout our community. We incorporate play and motivation to make socially significant changes in the lives of every child and family we meet. This means we celebrate autism and embrace the diversity it adds to our community. We are here to support each child in a way that gives them the tools to navigate the rest of their lives in a meaningful and independent manner.
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