An opportunity for service providers and families to learn about resources in their community that can help them join for pinwheel event, fun, food, and freebies!
Join us for the 6th annual Relay4Autism! Plus, we are bringing back the walk with a twist!
Relay4Autism will have an even larger Resource Fair with vendors ready to talk with you about their local autism services and resources. While learning about autism, individuals and families affected by autism can have fun with tons of entertainment: carnival games, balloon artist, face painters, music, sports area, motorized train, model trains, craft area, food trucks, sensory area, sensory calming area, emergency vehicles, and lots more! Something for everyone!
General Admission Tickets: $50 Includes games, food, beer & wine tasting!
VIP Tickets: $100 Includes general admission benefits, as well as a 50/50 Raffle ticket, exclusive food, early entrance at 6PM, drink ticket and preferred parking.
*To purchase tickets you MUST call 260-483-2100 or visit Turnstone at 3320 N. Clinton Street, Fort Wayne, IN, 46805*
Turnstone's Casino Night is a community favorite that offers a night out unlike any other in support of empowering people with disabilities. Attendees have the opportunity to take their turn at games of skill and chance including blackjack, roulette, bingo, a silent auction, raffle baskets, crab races, food, beer, wine sampling, and more!
All proceeds benefit Turnstone’s therapy, education, wellness, and sports and recreation programs for children and adults with disabilities.
Attendees will leave this training with a better understanding of:
How the brain of someone with autism differs from a neurotypical individual
How to more effectively communicate with someone on the autism spectrum
How autism affects social understanding
Resources to learn more about autism
About the Speaker
Bil Easley is the Autism Program Manager at the Bowen Center in Fort Wayne, a position he has held for three years. He has been with the Bowen Center for a total of eight years. Prior to that, he worked as a school teacher as well as an autism consultant for some residential agencies in the Fort Wayne area. Bil is passionate about this topic because of his personal experience with his son and the journey they have been on navigating services and organizations for people with Autism.