Harlem Shake The Autism Project Style
The Autism Project in Johnston Rhode Island decided to turn an April fool's day training into a Harlem Shake. We are not afraid to make fools of ourselves to help our kids. Please Share our video on Facebook and like us on Facebook if you know someone with Autism.
The Autism Project is a local New England charity that offers education, support, and training to parents, family members, and professionals involved in the life of a child affected by an Autism Spectrum Disorder. http://theautismproject.org/
Our mission is to empower parents and professionals to educate and support individuals with Autism, Pervasive Development Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified, Asperger Syndrome and related disorders.
The Autism Project is a unique collaboration of parents and professionals. It is our mission to develop a comprehensive system of care and resources that meet the needs of children and adults with autism and their families including education, health, vocational, career, and social and community needs.
We work to our mission by: providing multiple training programs, running social skills groups and a summer camp for children with ASD and related communication disorders, hosting a national speaker conference, by increasing awareness of the disability and by lending support to families across our state at our annual Imagine Walk and Family Fun Day.
We work to support individuals with autism in many areas: we educate their parents and caregivers on best practices for supporting individuals with autism; we educate and train teachers, speech professionals, occupational therapists, teacher assistants, day care providers, community members and other professionals on the current best practices; and, we offer direct services to individuals with autism.
The Autism Project works to ensure children with ASD benefit from an appropriate education and related therapeutic services within their local school, community and at home. Our programs educate parents and families in their newest role as teacher, but more importantly as mom and dad.https://www.facebook.com/th...