SAT, APRIL 19, 2014 – 9AM TO NOON at RANCHO JURUPA PARK, Riverside
We would like to invite everyone out to support ASIE and the families affected by autism. 100% of the proceeds will stay right here in the Inland Empire.
Cost for Walkers – $15 for adults; children 4-17 $10; children 3 and under – free. Free for individuals with autism! Rancho Jurupa Park charges a parking fee of $8 a car to be paid at the entrance.
• Admission into the event
• “Autism Touches Us All” bandana (while supplies last)
• Free downloadable pictures and a 25-20 second video clip showing you crossing the finish line.
• Exhibitors include local Autism Programs – come see what resources are available for you and your family! Activities or games at every booth!
• Organized games and activities throughout the morning.
Raise Pledge Money and get a chance to win prizes!
Keynote: Jerry and Mary Newport. Jerry and Mary not only have autism but are gifted savants. They are popular international speakers and have written several books on autism subjects including Autism – Asperger’s and Sexuality: Puberty and Beyond, and inspired a movie, Mozart and The Whale based on their initial contact and challenge of a relationship. They have been featured on 60 Minutes.
Breakout: Catherine Davies, M.Ed., M.Sc., C.Psychol, LMHC and Melissa Dubie, MS. Authors of Intimate Relationships and Sexual Health for High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders/Asperger’s. Both ladies are Educational Consultants at the Indiana Resource Center for Autism at Indiana University and have a combined experience of over 50 years in the field.
Breakout: Sex & Relationships for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities Stacy F. Everson is the founder and Executive Director of SEEDS Education, Inc and a Registered Nurse with a Bachelors Degree in Nursing and Public Health. She has national certification in developmental disabilities and family life education. She specializes in social-sexual education, speaking/trainings, work-shops & conferences, coordinating and collaboration with other agencies in creating effective educational tools and opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities.
Early bird registration is $50 pp (lunch on your own). A limited number of scholarships are available. This is a collaboration with Murrieta Valley USD and Murrieta Valley SEPAC. Click here to register or for more info. March Conference Flyer